Technological advancements in the world are taking place at a fast pace, and slowly these updates in tech are finding their way in the military fleets as well. One such tech that is finding its place in the military world is Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV). The Ministry of Civil Aviation of the Government of India, in collaboration with the flagship Startup India, is hosting the Drone Festival of India 2020 in partnership with the Drone Federation of India, and it is India’s largest UAV conference.

The Drone Festival of India is planning to hold keynotes and panel discussions about the Drone Policies of the World, Advancements of Drone Technology, Operations and Traffic Management in the Drone Ecosystem and discuss the Future of the Drone Industry. The event will be held on 6th and 7th January 2020 at Stein Auditorium, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi.

Apart from the conversations on the drone industry and its future, The Drone Festival of India gives the people a chance to meet and connect with Aviation Regulators, Drone Manufacturers, Drone Services Companies, Drone Software Companies, Pilots, Enthusiasts and Consumers of Drone Services, Training Organizations from both Government and Private sector companies in Agriculture, Cement, Chemical, Energy, Infrastructure, Logistics, Mining, Oil, and Gas, Solar and other sectors. The entry to the event is possible with the help of passes that are available on the official website of the Drone Federation. The tickets are sold under two categories:

  1. Early Bird: Tickets include meals on both days (Tea break + Lunch break + Tea break) – INR 1000
  2. Regular Tickets: Tickets include meals on both days (Tea break + Lunch break + Tea break) – INR 2000

What is the Drone Federation of India?

The Drone Federation of India (DFI) is an industry-led body that promotes building a safer and scalable drone industry in India. DFI handles the issues of the Drone Industry and helps the industry by solving the problems by making strong global industry partnerships, extensive research, knowledge transfers, pilot projects, business case studies, and engage with policymakers and provide members access to industry insights.

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