Amsterdam Drone Week has become the global platform for Urban Air Mobility (UAM) innovations, pulling together stakeholders from every corner of the ecosystem to define the present and future of aviation. This collection of stakeholders will be even more complete with the inclusion of Commercial UAV Expo in 2025, as the combined event will provide an even more comprehensive picture around where things are and where they need to go within the drone and air mobility sector.

How drones will impact enterprise workflows will be a much bigger component of the event in 2025, but this year’s version of Amsterdam Drone Week featured numerous solutions that are designed to support everything from drone delivery to maintenance tasks to firefighting operations. Below is a look at a handful of the solutions that were on display, all of which are making an impact on the present and future of various workflows.

The SARAX-Maintenance Drone

The SARAX-Maintenance Drone was developed to perform a variety of maintenance tasks with a focus on surface preparation for remote infrastructure. Created to ensure different tools and payloads can be attached, it was designed to be utilized in offshore operations of all types.

The IFEX Drone

The IFEX Drone is a lightweight, scalable, semi-autonomous and multipurpose firefighting drone. It is capable of performing tasks related to capturing information and taking action, as it can scan a burning fire while also support active efforts to extinguish a fire.

The Droneteam Drone 6.0

Designed to revolutionize medical aid delivery, the Droneteam Drone 6.0 was created to be utilized in low-infrastructure countries. It’s fully 3D-printable design and utilization of off-the-shelf parts allows operators of all types to utilize the drone in just about any location.  


DRONE VOLT KOBRA is a universal platform that embeds an AI-ready nanocomputer, providing users with the ability to customize as needed. With a flight time of 55 minutes, as a standard, it is fitted with two onboard FPV cameras and two lidar sensors, but it can be integrated with a wide range of payloads.

The WING Delivery Drone

We’ve seen the WING Delivery Drone make a delivery at Coors Field, while the platform was at the center of recent news that saw the launch of a drone delivery partnership with DoorDash. These developments highlight how WING deliveries are designed to be safe, sustainable and easy to integrate into existing delivery and logistics networks.

HyFly H510

HyFly H510 was developed for transportation of urgent goods in challenging environments, like cities and various offshore conditions. It is equipped with a hydrogen fuel cell propulsion system to enable wind resistance that ensures the drone can stay in the air when conditions are less than perfect.  

Scura Drone

The Scura was designed to support 24x7 operations for large scale industrial automation. Each mobile robotic container can store, service, and deploy 32 drones, eliminating downtime and providing an effective radius of 45km.


The twinHYDRO utilizes compressed hydrogen to allow for flight times of up to three hours, The octocopter with a wingspan of 1500mm was developed to be utilized in various industrial applications.

RigiTech’s Eiger

RigiTech’s flagship Eiger drone was specifically designed for logistics and is capable of operating in winds up to 15 m/s. It can carry up to 3kg and travel up to 100km on a single battery charge.


PW. Orca was designed to ensure operational and regulatory needs would be met by users. Featuring redundant powertrains, sensors and actuators, the platform from Phoenix Wings was designed to be the right choice for bulky and heavy goods.

S30 Speeder

The S30 Speeder was created to reduce costs for offshore cargo operations. It can be many times cheape and more efficient when compared to delivery operations that would otherwise have had to rely on helicopters.

Avy Area 3

The Avy Area 3 is an EVTOL drone designed to support Emergency Services as a first responder operations. With a speed of 100km/hr and a flight time of 60 minutes, it can be first on the scene to provide key situation awareness. The electrically powered drone has a 4L medical cargo box capable of maintaining a temperature for up to 100 minutes, ensuring the materials being transported can arrive in the same condition they were sent. It has already demonstrated the benefits for the targeted healthcare facilities, highlighting how this latest version can make an even bigger difference.

Those differences are being realized by the Dutch Police, who were at the event to show off what drone technology they’re currently utilizing. Those conversations were on the heels of the announcement around the establishment of a specialized drone team, further underscoring how many of these solutions are being utilized in the present, with others are creating opportunities that can be leveraged in even bigger ways in the future.