If you have a keen interest in infrastructure and transportation and are looking for ways to incorporate uncrewed systems into your operations, be sure to attend this year’s Commercial UAV Expo, scheduled for September 3-5, 2024 in Las Vegas, NV.

Our conference program focuses on how drones and UAS are

 transforming infrastructure and transportation practices. Highlighting the latest industry developments, these sessions—part of our comprehensive program—will provide valuable insights to keep you ahead in the evolving drone industry.

Here’s a look at a few of the event’s sessions focused on infrastructure and transportation: 

Navigating Regulation in Infrastructure Projects

Infrastructure and transportation projects are complex, involve extensive planning and organization, and are often time-sensitive and critical. This session will help you navigate the complex regulatory landscape surrounding the use of drones in infrastructure projects. From safety considerations to beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) operations, this session will delve into key concerns and strategies for compliance.

Advancing Critical Infrastructure Inspections

Inspections of critical infrastructure are commonly thought to be dangerous, costly, and inefficient. As drone technology progresses and as we discover new solutions for infrastructure inspections, these conceptions are beginning to fade. In this session, you’ll learn how the technology has advanced, and more tools have become available to make drone-captured data from inspections more useful than ever.

Beyond the Bottom Line: Focus on Safety

This panel will address some of the non-monetary benefits and positive outcomes of integrating drones into infrastructure workflows. Our expert panel will go beyond the traditional narrative of cost reduction and efficiency gains to explore the transformative potential of drones in enhancing safety, sustainability, and overall project outcomes.

Register today to secure Early Bird pricing and reserve your spot at these essential sessions.