During these new online network sessions of just over an hour, three leading drone companies will explain their organization and / or some use cases. Senhive, Airobot and IDRONECT kicked off on December 15. Watch the full session here and get inspired by these successful drone companies.
General Atomics is active in 5 continents and is looking for partnerships with Belgian companies. Belgian companies can pitch their business case on April 21 and 22, 2020.
Dutch Drone Center is a public-private partnership aimed at the safe testing and demonstration of drones within the controlled airspace of Woensdrecht airbase. The basic concept of DronePort is very similar.
Last Thursday, February 6, Senhive presented the updated version of its SenAir system. Thirty potential customers who did not want to miss the demonstration were present in the conference room and on the roof of DronePort.
In DronePort, the companies try to convince students to opt for their idea to further develop it into a fully-fledged business plan or innovation file. Other companies that are also interested can still apply to pitch in front of the class.
Some relevant stakeholders such as police zones and security firms came to watch a demonstration by Elistair last Wednesday.
About 60 students Economics from the Agnetencollege in Peer visited DronePort on 13 January 2020 to learn about the economic impact of drones.
On Sunday 1st December Saint Nicholas exchanged sunny Spain for a very cold Belgium and arrived by heli at DronePort.
Student members of Academics For Technology gathered at DronePort Campus for an introduction on drone technology and innovation.