20 - 22 January 2019, Dubai

Intersec Middle East Drones Conference

January 21, 2018 - Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre

The usage of drones in the commercial space has increased significantly in recent years and according to recent industry reports, the market for drones in the GCC is expected to reach US$ 1.5 billion by 2022. 
 
With significant advancement in drone technologies and capabilities, numerous organisations in both public and private sector are substituting some of the traditional methods of operation and are looking to perform challenging activities in a more efficient way by using drones. Positive regulatory development in the region combined with innovative applications for drone usage is set to drive growth in the regional drones market. 
 
The Intersec Middle East Drones Conference aims to bring together all the key stakeholders from industry, regulators and government authorities to discuss strategies and collaborative approaches for safe and secure drone and anti-drone usage in the Middle East region. The conference will analyse evolving trends, regulatory framework, business opportunities and various challenges in owning and operating drones in the region.
 
 
By attending this conference, delegates will be able to gain a better understanding of:
 
• Overview on Regulatory Framework for Safe Drone Usage
• Drone Safety and Licensing
• Anti-Drones - Considerations for Legislations
• Evaluating the Benefits of Drone Technology in Various Sectors
• Creating Anti-Drone Mechanisms - Tools, Technology and Security
• Understanding Security Threats Posed by Consumer Drones .. and more
 
Who Should Attend:
 
Directors, Head, Vice Presidents, Team Leaders, Supervisors, Managers, Superintendents and Chiefs in-charge of:

• Safety and Security
• Industrial Safety & Security
• Operations
• Emergency Response
• Inspection and Compliance 
• Technical Department
• Research and Development
 
From Industries Involved:
 
• Emergency Response Services 
• Transportation, Traffic and Infrastructure Authorities 
• Aviation and Related Authorities
• Energy, Power and Utilities
• Research and Innovation Institutes
• Universities, Training Institutes and Academia 
• Drone Manufacturers, Service Providers, Parts Suppliers (Software and Hardware)
• Environment Agencies 
• Other (Sectors Actively Using Drone Technology – Agriculture, Construction etc.)