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Drone World Expo - Be Our Guest in November


Come to Drone World Expo and visit InterContinental IP APC in Booth 304

November 17-18, 2015

San Jose Convention Center

San Jose, CA 

The Defining Event for the Commercial Applications of UAS Technology

In the Heart Of Silicon Valley

Apply for your

COMPLIMENTARY full conference pass

or get your Free Expo Pass!

USE VIP CODE EXHVIPC When Registering!

The DWE Conference will feature world-class panel discussions and workshops on the current regulatory environment, humanitarian applications for UAS, international lessons learned, how drones are transforming Big Data and IoT, insurance standards, safety and privacy concerns, late-breaking industry news... and an exclusive series of case studies! Hear directly from end users in agriculture, construction, cinematography, oil and gas, utilities, conservation, real estate and more on the process, the pitfalls and the potential of UAS for your business! Conference Details…

In the DWE Exhibit Hall, see hundreds of products on display! Experience live flying demonstrations, sit in on dozens of Tech Talks, and enjoy special events and unmatched networking opportunities!

DWE is pleased to offer complimentary full conference passes to qualified end-users.* Use VIP Code EXHVIPCwhen registering to apply.

(Not an end-user? Register now and save on your conference pass or get your free expo pass!)

Drone World Expo has also partnered with MAPPS to offer specialized geospatial programming! Attend the MAPPS geospatial sessions at DWE for just $95!

*Complimentary conference passes are available to qualified end-users. End-users are defined as those with technology purchasing authority or purchasing influence who are currently employed by a commercial company that utilizes or has the potential to implement UAS technology for business purposes, but does not sell UAS technology products, services, integration or consulting. Company website is required and will be used in the qualification process. Please contact us at 203-371-6322 or with any questions.


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First time following the FAA guidelines for ATC.  Just had my first experience dealing with an Air Traffic Controller over use of a drone within 5 miles of an airport.  The ATC was very busy, but very professional and polite.  He wanted to know where I was flying, and rather than the 400' that is generally considered our "ceiling", he asked me to stay below 200'.  He also asked for a cell phone number of my spotter so that he could ask us to get the drone down if needed.  Finally, he asked us to call him back once we had landed our drone.  All in all, I felt it was a very reasonable use of FAA jurisdiction, and if all ATC's are like this fellow, abiding by the latest FAA rules should be easy and pleasant (well, at least if you are not flying commeically!)

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Local Carlsbad patent attorney Eric Hanscom was recently one of five drone videos selected as winners in a recent DJI contest.


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