The Digital Transformation of the Drone Industry and Xponential
So much is going virtual this year, including large scale conferences. For the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI), that means their own Xponential conference will also be a virtual gathering in 2020. So what does that mean for participants and exhibitors? How will the event change and how will it continue to provide real value? Marketscale’s “Drones in America,” host, Grant Guillot explores the changes, features, and trends expected at this year’s Xponential with:
- Brian Wynne, CEO
- Keely Griffith, Director of Industry Education
- Mike Greeson, Director of Business Engagement
The three reveal exciting new changes on the horizon for the conference and for the drone industry at large.
Xpontential 2020 will welcome more international participants than ever before this year as a result of going virtual, Wynne says. Recorded panels will be available online after the fact, allowing participants to glean the most from live talks and Q&A’s. Griffiths expresses excitement over the cross-industry collaboration happening at the conference and cites exciting new panel topics covering drone safety culture, public acceptance, and FAA certification. Greeson explains how the virtual event’s social networking platform allows the 150+ exhibitors to message, video chat, engage, and collect contact information, all at a click of a mouse.
Without a doubt, Xponential plans to provide the same value it does every year. Arguably, it might provide more opportunities to connect and learn than ever before.
MarketScale’s “Drones in America,” hosted by Grant Guillot, is going live again – and this one might be the most exciting episode yet.
The live episode, titled “Taking Flight to the Next Level” will air September 30th at 12:00pmEST/11:00am CST and feature some of the industry’s most promising companies in autonomous flight and energy sectors.
Guests will include Airspace Link CEO Michael Healander, SkySkopes CEO Matt Dunlevy, and Aquiline Drones VP Roger Nunamann.