Commercial UAV Expo projects over 200 exhibitors from around the world

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Exhibit space has been expanded to meet overwhelming demand as top UAS solution providers continue to book space for the 2022 edition, September 6-8

Portland, Maine – United States, June 1, 2022 – Organizers of Commercial Drone Showthe world’s largest commercial drone trade show and conference, has announced an impressive list of top UAS companies from around the world that have registered to exhibit at the 2022 event. 200 companies are projected and 175 have officially confirmed. Commercial UAV Expo will take place September 6-8, 2022 at Caesars Forum in Las Vegas.

“Commercial UAV Expo is the go-to event for professionals around the world integrating and operating commercial UAS,” said Lee Corkhill, Group Events Manager at Diversified Communications, organizer of Commercial UAV Expo. “The 2022 show will be packed with more than 200 organizations showcasing best-in-class solutions, giving attendees the opportunity to compare and qualify hundreds of solutions, engage with technical leaders and current users, and find the right tools for their ever-changing needs. We’ve had to reconfigure our floor plan to meet demand and we’re on track to surpass our previous record with more exhibitors than ever before – that’s a resounding endorsement from the industry.

The countries represented at the event are wide-ranging and represent the global breadth of the commercial drone industry, including a pavilion from the Czech Republic and exhibitors from Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, from China, Finland, France, Germany, India, Israel, Japan, Korea, Norway, Slovakia, South Africa, Switzerland, Netherlands, Ukraine, United Kingdom, Uruguay, United United and Vietnam.

The list of exhibitors who will showcase best-in-class UAS grows daily and currently includes these organizations:

4S Mapper
A2Z Drone Delivery, LLC
Aces Ihmire
ACSL Ltd.
AEE Technology Inc
Air Vehicle Safety Solutions Inc. (AVSS)
Aero Systems West
AEROLUXE
Arizona Aerospace Association
AgEagle Aerial Systems Inc.
Air6 systems
Airborne Public Safety Association
AirData UAS
Airial Robotics, Inc.
AirWise Solutions
At the top
Alynix
Amazon Prime Air
Amprius
Applanix Corporation
rainbow
Ascent AeroSystems
ASTRALite
Astrium Inc.
Robotic Altar
Avision, Inc.
BAAM Tech
Baldwin Security and Compliance
BalkoTech
Biokinetics and Associates, Ltd.
Blue Nose Aerial Imagery
blue vigil
BRINC
Carahsoft
Carlson software
C-Astral Aerospace
CodigoDelSur
Colorado Drone Chargers
Commaris
Commercial Drone News
Control Point Associates, Inc.
Corpus Christi Regional Economic Development Corporation
RC Flight
Culver Technologies
Cupix
Custom power
Pavilion of the Czech Republic
DAT/EM Systems International
Diversity Development Network of Canada
DJI
Draganfly Innovations USA, Inc.
Drone rescue systems
TV Drone/Hollywood Drones
DroneDeployment
drone office
drone tag
DroneTalks
DroneUp
Essential
Flyability SA
Freefly systems
Precision at the border
fruity falls
Fullerton Drone Lab
Fusion Engineering Technologies B.V.
GeoCue group
Geodesy, Inc.
Geotech Bratislava/Lidaretto
GizzMoVest LLC
Global Aerospace
Green Valley International
Gremsy
Grepow Inc.
HANCOM inSPACE Co.,Ltd
Hansadrone
Hardshell Labs, Inc.
Harris antenna
Hesai Technology Co., Ltd.
Hitec Business Solutions
HoverCrue
Hylium Industries, Inc.
IdeaForge
Inside Unmanned Systems
Inspired Flight Technologies LLC
InTerra LLC
Korea Institute of Aviation Safety Technology
Korean Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport
Leica Geosystems Inc.
LiDARUSA
Luxfer MEL Technologies
Husband Tech
Measure
MFE rental
MicaSense
Microdrones
Microsoft
MODUS – Data Mapping Unmanned Solutions Operations
MORAI Inc.
Nanomotion LTD
Narma Inc.
Near Space Corporation
Nearthlab, Inc.
Nippon Kayaku America
Northern Plains UAS Test Site
NUAIR
NV5 Geospatial
NVBBA
OFIL LTD
P3 Technical Consulting
parasafe
Pendleton UAS Test Range
First phase
Phoenix LiDAR Systems
Pix4D SA
PP-Solution Inc
Aero propeller
Qii.AI
Quantum3D inc.
Quaternion, Inc.
United States
RIIS LLC
robotic sky
Seiler GeoDrones
SensFly
SimActive Inc.
Skydio
Skyfront Corp.
Skyline Software Systems, Inc.
SKYTRAC
machine gun
Stay
Sonoran Desert Institute – School of Unmanned Technology
Specialty Coating Systems
vivid
Strix drones
Sunhillo Corporation
Rapid tactical systems
Tallysman
Target weapon inc.
Teledyne FLIR
Terrasolid
The Ohio State University
THIRDEYE ROBOTICS Co.,Ltd
Tillamook UAS Trial Range
TopoDOT
Trace Air Technologies
Train Croft Inc.
TruWeather Solutions
Tundra Drone LIKE
Unmanned Systems Technology Magazine
University of Arizona Applied Research Society (UA-ARC)
UpVision
USOG (Unmanned Systems Operations Group, Inc)
UVify.co., Ltd
UViRCO Technologies Ltd
Valqari
Velar Inc.
Vertiq
virtual surveyor
Volatus Aerospace Diversified Communications
VR Mesh
vRotors
Warren County Community College
WhirlyVision LLC
WiBotic Inc.
Wingtra
women and drones
Robotic Marvel
Workhorse Group Inc.
Works well
xyHt
YellowScan
Zephyr drone simulator

See the complete list of exhibitors and floor plan on line.

Additional features of exhibition hall include a Startup pavilion and the University Pavilion as well as the Welcome Hour, Networking Reception and Educational Programming in the Exhibit Hall Theater. The exhibition hall complements a solid conference program of practical and actionable education developed in collaboration with commercial drone executives including in-depth vertical industry sessions for professionals in construction, drone delivery, energy and utilities, forestry and agriculture, infrastructure and transportation, mining and aggregates, security, surveying and mapping. Keynotes will be announced soon and will include leaders from the FAA, DroneUp, Matternet, Wing, Zipline and more.

Some presentations are produced in partnership with the Commercial Drone Alliance. Live outdoor flight demonstrations will feature leading vendors showcasing systems in action, providing the ability to see and compare systems in real-world scenarios. Other special events include the DRONERESPONDERS Security Summitand Workshops and Trainings with night flight demonstrations, all of which provide opportunities for hands-on demonstrations and industry connections.

The 2022 edition of Commercial UAV Expo builds on the momentum of last year’s event, which attracted 1,955 verified professionals and 130 exhibitors, representing 24 countries. The full list of organizations that participated in 2021 is availablehere. The 2022 event currently has over 300 media and association support from six continents. Visitwww.expoouav.comfor more information on participation or exposure.

Register before July 15, 2022 to benefit from early bird rates.

About Commercial Drone Exhibition

Commercial UAV Expo, presented by Commercial UAV News, is an international conference and exhibition exclusively focused on the integration and operation of commercial UAS covering sectors such as construction; Delivery by drone; energy and utilities; forestry and agriculture; Infrastructure and transport; Mining and Aggregates; Public Safety and Emergency Services; Security; and Surveying and Mapping. It will take place September 6-8, 2022 at Caesars Forum, Las Vegas NV. For more information, visitwww.expoouav.com . Commercial UAV Expo is produced by Diversified Communications’ technology portfolio which also includes Commercial UAV News; Geo Week, Geo Week Newsletter, 3D Technology Newsletter, AEC Innovations Newsletter, Geo Business (UK) and Digital Construction Week (UK). For more information on exhibiting at Commercial UAV Expo, visit Exhibition Informationor contact Katherine Dow, Sales Manager, at [email protected] or +1.207-842-5497. For information on participation, visitwww.expoouav.comor send an e-mail to [email protected]

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