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We are delighted to announce the 7th annual UAV Technology conference
, taking place on the 26th and 27th September 2022.
Uncrewed aerial systems have become one of the most researched and pursued military technologies from the past decade and the market for drones and UAVs
has grown exponentially. Their capabilities have advanced with the shifting of operational requirements, whether it be with ISR assets for long range reconnaissance missions, soldier-born battlefield awareness mini UAS or for remotely piloted combat drones for precision strikes. Demand for these indispensable capabilities has led to further development of their technical abilities.
UAVs are paving the way for the future of aerial warfare and this year's conference is where you can witness it all happen. UAV Technology 2022
is the leading international forum dedicated towards the development of uncrewed aerial systems, allowing for essential dialogue between military, industry and academia.
The conference will include presentations ranging from multi-national UAV development programmes, certification and regulation, Counter UAS/UAV technology
, Stealth technology, the latest in drone R&D and future force design using these hi-tech military assets. We look forward to welcoming the global UAV
community to this leading conference to maintain dialogue, share ground-breaking ideas and furthering the concept of modern warfare.
Benefits of AttendingUAV Technology 2022
is the foremost global meeting point for the UAV
community. At this conference, you will hear from international UAV
programme managers, leading industry experts and senior military officers using RPASs and UAVs
, and learn about the future vision for uncrewed capability development. Join us for a two-day conference where you will hear about the laterst procurment aquisition programmes, technological developments from indusrty and academia, and leave with a plan for your country's future UAV
- Air Commodore Simon Strasdin, ISTAR Force Commander, Royal Air Force
- Colonel Paul Hughes, Chief Engineer and Type Airworthiness Authority, Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems Delivery Team, DE&S, UK MoD
- Colonel Stefano Bianca, Deputy Commander, Alliance Ground Surveillance Force (AGSF), NATO
- Group Captain Shaun Gee, Director Air ISTAR Programmes RPAS & TacISR & SRO Shadow Programme , Royal Air Force
- Lieutenant Colonel Julien Letarte, RPAS Project Director, DAR 8, Royal Canadian Air Force
- Lieutenant Colonel Lewis Christensen, Commander, 22 Attack Squadron, U.S. Air Force
- Lieutenant Colonel Nikolaos Oikonomakis, Contract, Programme Manager, General Directorate for Defence Investments & Armaments, Greek Ministry of National Defence
- Lieutenant Colonel Ralf Kleindienst, Program Director UAS, Federal Office of Bundeswehr Equipment,Information Technology and In-Service Support (BAAINBw)
- Major General Karsten Stoye, Head of Civil-Military Coordination Division, EUROCONTROL
- Major Harry Mousley, SO2 ISTAR, Warfare Branch, Land Warfare Centre, British Army, Land Warfare Centre
- Major Joseph Ritter, Operations Officer / Evaluator Pilot, 65 Special Operations Squadron, U.S. Air Force Special Operations Command (AFSOC)
- Major Rex Rafferty, Deputy Chief, MQ-9 Operations Branch, Air Combat Command, U.S. Air Force
- Mr Andy Fawkes, Director, Thinke Company Limited
- Mr Ben Tran, Branch Chief, Sensing Management Branch, Multi-Domain Sensing Autonomy Division, Sensors Directorate, U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory
- Mr James Gavin, Head of the Future Capability Group, DE&S, UK MoD
- Ms Angela Stubblefield, Senior Representative, U.S. Federal Aviation Administration
- Wing Commander Jonathan McMullan, Detachment Commander, Project Air 7003 Resident Project Team, Royal Australian Air Force
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VenueCopthorne Tara Hotel
Scarsdale Pl, Kensington, W8 5SY