UAV's in Humanitarian Aid and Development

16 February 2017

No.4 Hamilton Place, London

Lecture

This lecture will explore the current status and future potential for UAV technology to be applied to humanitarian aid and development applications. It will include an outline of the UAVaid system being developed in the UK, and how such technologies could act as key enablers for improvements in the way humanitarian assistance and international development is delivered.

 

There will be refreshments from 5:30pm with the lecture starting at 6pm and will be followed by a drinks reception, supported by the IMechE. 

Speaker Details

Daniel Ronen, Founder, UAVAid

Co-founder of UAVaid, Daniel is one of the UK’s leading experts in civil and humanitarian UAV applications.  His career has spanned a broad range of senior strategic and operational positions in the engineering, logistics and aerospace sectors, as well as commercial and non-commercial international relations. 

Location

No.4 Hamilton Place, London

Royal Aeronautical Society Headquarters

No.4 Hamilton Place

London

W1J 7BQ