First National Drone Show Will Be Held in December

Will be hosted at D.C.’s Walter E. Washington Convention Center
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WASHINGTON� NewBay Media says the 2015 National Drone Show, a conference and expo featuring unmanned aerial systems'�video capture technology, will be held at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington D.C.

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Occurring Dec. 2�3 and co-located with NewBay Media�s Government Video Expo, the National Drone Show will bring thousands of video professionals together for discussions and demos of UAV and video capture, management and delivery technologies and techniques.�

�Drones have exploded onto the radar of virtually every industry,� said Carmel King, executive vice president of NewBay Media�s Broadcast & Video Group. �They raise fascinating business possibilities as well as new considerations involving regulation, security, privacy and safety.�

The National Drone Show will feature a Drone Flying Cage; free-to-attend sessions on the exhibit floor covering the latest drone technologies and regulatory topics; and in-depth paid training sessions for UAV users produced in partnership with Stampede, the charter Gold Sponsor of the National Drone Show.

Instructors from Phoenix-based Unmanned Vehicle University, which is licensed to offer graduate degree programs in Unmanned Systems Engineering, will conduct drone-operating demonstrations in the show�s Flying Cage. Show attendees can experience firsthand the differing capabilities of various UAV manufacturers � such as DJI, AEE and XLY � and learn which is best suited for their enterprise�s unique needs and requirements.

Invited exhibitors include drone manufacturers, drone accessory equipment companies, as well as drone software and service providers.


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