Africa is one of the quickest rising markets for the business drone business, and the Drones Africa Summit, held this fall, highlights drone innovation and purposes throughout the continent. Drone firms in the security and safety, inspection providers, insurance coverage, and wildlife administration sectors will talk about new purposes and applied sciences. Regulators will talk about the improvement of Africa’s favorable regulatory atmosphere.
With alternatives for networking, training, and sponsorship the new summit presents world firms an opportunity to market their firms to a large viewers of prospects. “Whether you’re an Investment Promotion Agency, large corporation, SME or an innovative startup, we can help you showcase your product…It’s all about getting your name in front of the right people,” says the Summit. Attendees will find out about threat administration in drone tasks and drone know-how on each worksite – from film units to railway improvement.
Africa has confirmed a strong and rising marketplace for the business. Rwanda has applied one of the first widespread packages of medical drone supply; drones are repeatedly used for purposes in mining, agriculture, wildlife and heavy business – and more and more utilized in smaller companies.
“With the advent of technological innovations, Africa is rising up to the occasion and embracing social media and drone technology for the development of her people and in support of emerging entrepreneurs for job creation and eradication of poverty,” says Sam Ncube of Drones Africa Summit. “As a result, Africa is fast becoming a hotspot for investors who need a new platform for their services and products. Boosted by her diversity, Africa is proving that it is a profitable market.”
DRONELIFE is happy to announce that contributing editor Miriam McNabb will current a session titled “The Realities of Drone Delivery” at the convention, which can happen September 20-22 in Johannesburg.