ODENSE, Denmark — With over 100 participants, topping 750 high-quality visitors and a lineup of international speakers, TUS Nordics promises to be the exciting fifth edition for the entire unmanned systems industry. It will cover the full spectrum of civilian and commercial use of unmanned systems.
As the projected costs of offshore wind energy continue to fall, the future looks bright for this industry. TUS Nordics is proud to present two of the key players in this field. Chris Fleming, CEO of Cyberhawk, will give his input on how drones make the inspection and maintenance of offshore installations more effective, safer, and cheaper, while allowing for solutions specifically tailored for each individual customer.
In the coming year, we will see sweeping changes in the Arctic, offering both possibilities to explore and problems to solve, both of which present extensive chances for unmanned technology. Enlightening attendees on this subject will be the European Space Agency’s Norbert Hubner. He will offer a road map on the short-term, midterm, and long-term visions of cooperation with commercial partners in the High North. Hubner will also talk about the opportunities presented by earth observation and the challenges of rolling out a space-borne infrastructure.
Wide expertise at TUS Nordics 2017
These are but a few of the subjects covered by the speakers and the exhibitors, whose terrains of expertise stretch from maritime applications and agriculture to security and the future of unmanned systems.
A range of international exhibitors from Scandinavia and beyond will show their products and services. TUS Nordics will go airborne with live outdoor demonstrations at Hans Christian Andersen Airport. TUS Nordics is the place to meet the people who will build the future, exchange ideas, and find new partners.
Building on the tradition established by UAS Denmark, the city of Odense and the University of Southern Denmark, TUS Nordics is the leading conference for interested industries and companies.
“SDU is proud to be an organizer of this year’s TUS Nordics Conference,” said Niels Westendorp, co-founder of Robo Business Media. “It is great to see the progress of the Nordic drone community over the past year, particularly the creation and growth of drone companies throughout Northern Europe.”
To see the full conference program of TUS Nordics 2017, please visit http://tusnordics.com/conference-program.
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