ICAReS event tijdens Amsterdam Drone Week

The ICAReS project (Innovation Cluster Accelerating Remote Sensing) invites you to their networking event on the 29th of November during the Amsterdam Drone Week at the RAI Conference Centre in Amsterdam:

STANDING STRONG TOGETHER:
Building communities across Europe to stimulate the UAS/drone market.

Focus point of the event
The programme focuses on exchanging information and examining how we can build a healthy future for the remote sensing drone industry. The event is an opportunity to share your experience and knowledge about the challenges or your business, and to provide suggestions for how this goal can be achieved. This will provide the first steps to establishing a broad community with common interests that will be guided by a steering committee of enthusiastic representatives. Through the process of understanding and gathering the issues you feel need to be addressed, this event will provide the structure and future agenda for this committee. REGISTER HERE

ICAReS ADW 2018

Programme

10.00-10.30 . | . Registration of attendees
10.30-10.35 | Opening programme 'Standing Strong Together' - by chairman Peter Blyenburgh
10.40-10.50 | Short introduction by programme manager ICAReS – S. Willemsen, Municipality Woensdrecht
10.55-11.10 | Best practice of Remote Sensing in Nature areas - Mr Peter Crow, Forest Research
11.15-11.30 | Water & Infra: presentation by Mr. Nick Cornelissen, Waternet about the best practice possibilities of Remote Sensing in this sector. (NL)
11.35-11.50 | Possibilities of drone use in Smart Farming. VITO (BE)
11.55-12.30 | Installation Sector workgroup ICAReS – Peter Blyenburgh
12.30-13.30 | LUNCH
13.30-13.45 | Civil drone council - French DGAC
13.50-14.05 | Test & Demo sites - Dutch Drone Platform
14.10-14.25 | Status European regulations - EASA
14.30-15.00 | Installation Innovation steering committee ICAReS – Peter Blyenburgh
15.00 | Closure


REGISTER HERE


This interactive event gives you the opportunity to have all your questions related to the use of drones for remote sensing answered, and your participation is very welcome.

Would you like to know more?
If you have any questions, please get in touch with Wiebe Logghe. 

Wiebe Logghe
Wiebe Logghe

projectmanager ICAReS


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