DroneMasters Mini Summit
Tuesday, 5 November 2019, 10 am - 6 pm
hub:room of Deutsche Telekom, Winterfeldtstraße 21, 10781 Berlin, Germany
Small drones - great impact. Flying mini robots become increasingly important for industrial applications, fire brigades and rescue services as well as for sports, entertainment and education.
Fire brigades and rescue workers are increasingly working with small drones weighing less than 250 g, as they can be operated mainly without regulatory constraints. During emergency operations, the small helpers provide relevant information fast and efficiently - without putting rescue forces at risk. For maintenance work on industrial facilities, flying sensors collect useful data in cavities, pipes, and shafts. The small drones began their triumphal progress in sports. The DroneMasters Academy uses them to develop a variety of learning formats to make digitalization easier to understand.
For the first time worldwide, the DroneMasters Mini Summit focuses on the great benefits of small systems at a conference. A special focus will be on the role of artificial intelligence and 5G for system automation.
We expect exciting insights into research, development and industrial application such as from
Arshia Gratiot, Founder & CEO, Third Space Auto Ltd.
Axel Menneking, VP Startup Incubation & Venturing, Managing Director hub:raum Investment Fund, Deutsche Telekom AG
Christian Janke, Professor at the College of Aeronautics at Embry Riddle Aeronautical University and Program Chair for the Bachelor of Science in Unmanned Systems Applications (BSUSA)
Dominik Schiener, Chairman of the Board, Co-Founder, IOTA Foundation, IOTA Token
Frank Fuchs, lawyer & aviation expert, Frank Fuchs Consulting
Franz Petter, Operations Department of the Hamburg Fire Brigade
Leif-Nissen Lundbæk, CEO & Founder, XAIN AG
Susanne Schödel, General Secretary, World Air Sports Federation (FAI)
Tizian Kronsbein, Founder & CEO, Dlighted - Creative Data Agency
Thomas Jarzombek, Federal Government Coordinator for Aerospace, Digital Economy and Start-ups
In preparation for a 24-hour challenge, the efficiency of small drones will also be tested for the first time in continuous operation.
The program will be continuously updated.