MELVILLE, N.Y., April 19, 2016 — BZ Media LLC announced today an open call for speakers for InterDrone™ The International Drone Conference & Exposition being held at the Paris Las Vegas Sept 7-9. The total number of classes, panels and keynotes is increasing in 2016 by 20% to more than 120 sessions overall.
InterDrone 2015 was the largest dedicated commercial drone show in North America with 2,797 attendees and nearly 100 exhibiting companies in 148 booths. More than 4,000 attendees are expected to attend InterDrone 2016 from more than 60 countries. Over 200 media and association partners on six continents are expected to help build InterDrone into the premier ‘Big Tent’ commercial drone event in the world again this year.
The 2016 edition of InterDrone features three technical Conferences which define the commercial UAV space:
Drone TechCon: For drone builders, engineers, OEMs and developers. The content will focus on advanced flying dynamics, chips and boards, airframe and payload considerations, hardware/software integration, sensors, power and software development.
Drone Enterprise: For Enterprise UAV flyers, buyers and Drone Service Businesses. Classes focus on enterprise applications such as precision agriculture, surveying, mapping, infrastructure inspection, law enforcement, package delivery and search and rescue.
Drone Cinema: For flyers engaged in aerial photography and videography. Class content includes drone use for real estate and resort marketing, action sports and movie filming, newsgathering – and any professional activity where the quality of the image is paramount.
Exhibit space has been moving briskly with revenue already exceeding last year’s total. More than 60 companies are already signed up to support InterDrone, triple the amount at the same time last year.
“InterDrone 2015 was an amazing event. Our workshop was completely full and the film festival was packed. I was impressed by the amount of talent under one roof. It looks like the drone industry has chosen their go-to event by attendance alone,” said Robert Rodriquez, President of the Society of Aerial Cinematography.