Capabilities of DJI drones for industrial and government use, data security updates, the regulatory outlook for Spanish and European drone laws, and DJI’s approach to safety.
DJI has selected the Spanish Drone Trade Show Expodrónica to showcase its drone capabilities for industrial and government use, data security updates, regulatory outlook for Spanish and European drone laws and DJI’s safety approach.
“To see a company of this calibre again at Expodronica talking about their safety approach is a great opportunity for our visitors”, said, Isabel Buatas, Expodronica CEO.
New roles for drones
Over the past few decades many European enterprises have optimised their service, maintenance or security monitoring workflows. Still drones provide a new level of efficiency and can improve safety at the same time when being used with diligence and well-tailored vendor solutions. Hardware and software products go hand in hand to provide effective and efficient solutions.
DJI has established industry accepted products and is taking care of customers to ensure that their products cover the whole value chain from sensors and post processing to analysis software solutions and regulatory compliance. When rolling out large-scale drone solutions, regulations and compliance are key elements which need to be taken into account on a leading-edge drone platform.
The absolute world drone leader
DJI has become one of the largest unmanned aerial and creative camera technology companies in the world. The company, founded just 13 years ago in Shenzhen, the “Silicon Valley” of factories, brands and technology development in China, has grown from 20 employees to more than 14,000 today. DJI’s global operations currently span across the Americas, Europe, and Asia, and its revolutionary products and solutions have been chosen by customers in over 100 countries for applications in filmmaking, construction, inspection, emergency response, agriculture, conservation and other industries.
Tobias Wentzler is Enterprise Business Development Manager, DJI Europe, focusing on European industry verticals and public safety within the DACH region. His drone journey began at Lufthansa back in 2015 while having graduated from the TU Braunschweig and the German Aerospace Center (DLR). He has conducted multiple projects with industry leading stakeholders.
Tingting He works as Public Policy Manager at DJI. She is responsible for policy engagement between DJI and government stakeholders in Europe. Since joining DJI in 2015, Tingting has focused on national drone regulatory discussion across Europe as well educational and advocacy campaigns to help drive industrial efforts in operating safely.
On the 27th and 28th June 2019, Expodronica will be more than a simple drone trade fair. It will not only be a networking meeting point to develop business partnerships but also a place to investigate the use of drones by different sectors.