DRONEMASTERS Summit @CeBIT 2016
The rising drone universe deployed its beauty at the digital leading trade fair CeBIT 2016, Hannover, between the 14th and 18th of March 2016 with the first edition of DRONEMASTERS Summit. Codespring team alsom joined the Summit that staged a variety of topics and opportunities in the area of drones and unmanned aerial vehicles in Hall 16. DMS16 Conference proposed “Take Your Business to the Sky” as the catch title for the discussions on the upcoming business models and technologies around drones.
DRONEMASTERS Summit 2016 had an interesting format. It combined exhibition, conference, flight shows, and racing under the same roof. The summit managed to put in touch drone professionals from all backgrounds – manufacturers, solution providers and users, service companies, investors, creative minds and forward thinkers. The topic of UAV (unmanned aerial vehicles) is heating up as the legislative and public safety issues arise.
DRONEMASTERS is essentially an industry platform for drones in business, science, sports and entertainment. As a sporting competition, DRONEMASTERS have become a central driver of technological development in the area of drones in Germany. At CeBIT, the Summit combines the formats exhibition and conference with the modules competition, races and air show in one big arena.
DRONEMASTERS aims to speed up technological progress with the help of a sporting events and competitions and to further promote new business models, provide solutions to global challenges and to simply have a lot of fun with this new technology.
The conference featured drones experts and innovators like Lukas Wrede, CEO and founder of the logistics service Skycart Drone Delivery Solutions from San Jose in California, Christian Janke, development engineer from the European Aviation Security Center in Berlin, Lars Reger, Vice President and global CTO in the automotive sector of the semiconductor specialist NXP, Jörg Lamprecht, co-founder of Dedrone, a company from Kassel, which manufactures drone detectors, and Robert Reichert, head of the “Full Service Drone Providers” OiC from Remscheid. It highlights tomorrow’s major developments today – in a top-level conference that offers a stage for presentation, discussions and inspiration.
In the Arena, the drone races and competitions gave the best team the opportunity to win the “CeBIT FPV CUP”. On Thursday, 17 March 2016, pilots proved themselves by flying their drones in the Arena. Official Timekeeper in the Arena was the sport service provider Davengo from Berlin. With the use of RFID chips for timekeeping, Davengo aims to accelerate technical innovation in the Drone racing scene, which is currently developing worldwide.
More about the summit: http://www.dronemasterssummit.com/