UAVAir set to attend this year’s UK Drone Show to showcase its premium drone training courses
As one of the leading drone training providers in the U.K., UAVAir will be showcasing its premium services at this year’s UK Drone Show. Along with sister companies, ConsortiQ and Cloud 12, UAVAir can be found on stand 54 with team members from the ConsortiQ group ready to answer all of your drone related queries. Whether you’re interested in getting certified to fly or are just looking to learn more about the industry, UAVAir’s aviation experts can help you. The show will be held at The NEC in Birmingham from the 3rd- 4th December 2016
The UK Drone Show is an annual celebration of the latest updates and innovations in drone technology across the UK. There will be tons going on including a UAV training zone, drone racing simulation, retail shop, and the speaker zone with expert guest speakers from across the country. Also, new this year is the innovation zone, drone demo cage, UK tech zone, and drone workshops. The full range of activities and events can be found on the UK Drone Show website.
The UAVAir team will be available to meet at the show, including Helen Cope; marketing manager, Bryce Allcorn; training manager, John Gore; operations manager, David Walters; special projects manager, Paul Rigby; CEO, Michael Surcombe; training consultant and Jacques Eloff; consultant.
Drue Bremner, a recent graduate of UAVAir’s UAQ drone course will also be giving a talk on his experience with UAVAir on the 3rd December at 2:30pm and on the 4th December at 11am.
Michael Surcombe, will be giving a talk on the future of drone operations, transformed by ideas from the world of manned aviation as part of the UK Drone Show’s programme of events. The presentation, titled ‘Creating the Unmanned Airline’ will be held on 3rd December at 2:30pm.
A panel discussion on the controversial EASA prototype will also take place on both days of the show on the 3rd and 4th at 1:30pm where Paul Rigby will be sharing his thoughts.
Helen cope marketing manager said: “The UK Drone show marks the end of a busy calendar of events for us in 2016 and we can’t wait to round up proceedings at such an esteemed exhibition. It will be a pleasure to attend the event with our sister companies and we hope to give the industry a fully rounded vision of what the UAVAir team is capable of.”
The stand will be filled with drone industry literature if you’re looking to learn more about unmanned technology including pilot safety checklists and safety regulation flyers. Our competition, “Tweet to Win a Drone” will be running as well. Come by and Tweet us a picture of you with the stand and you’ll be entered to win a Hubsan X4 drone.
Tickets for the show can be bought online at Ticket Factory or at the door of the event on the day.
We look forward to seeing you there!