On September 17-18, the fourth edition of the AVIATION EXPO Air Show took place in Kielce – an event dedicated to the topic of light aviation.
Visitors to the fair had the opportunity to familiarize themselves with the light aircraft presented in the exhibition hall and to participate in accompanying events taking place at the fairgrounds, including the Global Drone Conference, led by Ms. Joanna Wieczorek (Aviation Law Practice), in which representatives of industry companies participated, including in the debate “Drone Business – what is worth it now.”
One of the participants in the mentioned debate was Sławomir Huczała, the chief designer and co-owner of the Spartaqs company, who emphasized the possibility of effective use and significant acceleration of medical transport with the help of Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS), while drawing attention to the need for simplification of regulations and legal regulations, which would favorably affect the dynamics of development in this industry.
He also pointed out that currently, the companies that are leaders in the drone industry in the country are working intensively on preparing solutions that will enable so-called last-mile deliveries.
As emphasized by the representatives of the aviation industry participating in the debate, the great popularity of drones available on the civilian market poses new challenges in terms of safety among airport management, who are interested in effective anti-drone systems.
The presence of industry representatives at events dedicated to drone topics provides an excellent opportunity to share mutual experience, develop common and effective solutions, and also to spread knowledge about drone technology and its safe use in U-Space as well.
We would like to thank the organizers, Ms. Joanna Wieczorek, and Targi Kielce S.A. for the opportunity to participate in the event.