Aerialtronics will present a live demonstration of the Altura Zenith unmanned aerial system (UAS) at TUSExpo 2016, the fully integrated European unmanned systems industry trade show and conference, taking place on 2-4 February at the World Forum, the Hague.
Supported by Aerialtronics, this TUSExpo 2016 promises to be even better than last year's event, which was attended by more than 60 exhibitors from 16 counties, along with suppliers, regulators and industry experts. Besides the exhibition, TUSExpo 2016 offers a comprehensive conference programme covering the most debated topics in the UAS sector, such as security, agriculture, oil and gas and EU legislation.
Robin van de Putte, founder and head of product strategy at Aerialtronics, said: "TUSExpo 2016 is a must for all those professionals who operate on the leading edge of the UAS-driven economy and need to keep in touch with the latest innovations in this fast-paced industry."
TUSExpo 2016 will host a dedicated trade platform focused on real business and relationships building, where cutting-edge products and technologies will be showcased to decision makers.
Flight demos will allow visitors and potential buyers to get a close look at the latest UAV models.
Thanks to the exhibition, conference, trade platform and flight demos, TUSExpo 2016 offers a wealth of opportunities for growing businesses to improve competiveness and gain crucial insight into the latest developments and innovations in the UAS industry.
Jeremy Wigmore, CEO of Aerialtronics, said: "Given that 2015 was the first year of TUSExpo, it was a very successful event for Aerialtronics, with some quality meetings and a very strong PR and marketing impact for us and the UAV market place. Particularly pleasing was the international visitors who came over. We hope that the organisers can build on this and grow the event so that it becomes central to the UAV industry."