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27–28 November 2018 High Level Conference on Drones

Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Amsterdam Drone Week is a unique co-created platform that unites the brightest and most creative minds of the UAS Industry, showcases latest technology, and helps unlock the potential of drones & the discovery of new applications.

For the duration of one week, this unique platform is the host of a diversity of events around drone regulations, new technology, and future solutions. The event is filled with demonstrations, presentations and panel discussions by leading experts, policy makers, and companies in the unmanned aviation community.


29–30 November 2018 Drones in Finnish Agriculture and Forestry

Naantali spa, Finland

Drones in Finnish Agriculture and Forestry -congress 29.-30.11.2018 in Naantali Spa is a meeting for Finnish drone specialists and researchers of agriculture and forestry to discuss the possibilities of drones and to solve scientific and technical problems related to their use. We have invited top specialists of the field to give talks, and several companies are expected to show interesting products and services. The congress will be interesting also for end users like farmers and forest owners.


6–8 February 2019 8th International Workshop 3D-ARCH

Bergamo, Italy

3D-ARCH is a series of international workshops which started in 2005 in Venice and move throughout the years to Zurich (2007), Trento (2009, 2011, 2013), Avila (2015) and and Napflio (2017), organized as an ISPRS and CIPA event.

The main focus of the workshop is to discuss steps and processes for smart 3D reconstruction, modelling, accessing and understanding of digital environments from multiple data sources.


11–15 March 2019 2019 UNAGI Workshop

Kyoto, Japan

2019 UNAGI Workshop aims at becoming a forum for discussion on technologies to deal with the operating, business and societal challenges that the use of drones in urban environments may pose. These challenges are many and diverse. For example, in order to make metropolitan scenarios feasible for drone operation, it is essential to ensure the efficient and safe management of coordinated UAV fleets. There is also a need to facilitate the integration of drones as part of the city structure and its sensing infrastructure; technology must enable the secure exploitation, enriched and privacy-respectful interpretation of drone-retrieved information together with other available data. Regarding applications, drones may offer value-added services from city management to future transportation. Disruptive but feasible applications and technologies to support novel business models are key aspects to bring drones into the city. UNAGI Workshop welcomes submissions on these and other connected topics. The Workshop is co-located with the 17th edition of IEEE PerCom Conference, to be held in Kyoto (Japan) from March 11th to 15th. More information is available at:


1–5 September 2019 27th International CIPA Symposium

Avila, Spain

The CIPA International Symposium is an interdisciplinary and international event, acting as a forum for discussions on all aspects of Cultural Heritage (CH) recording and documentation.


25 January 2018 7th Conference on Propulsion Technologies for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles

Haifa, Israel

Participation in the Conference is free of charge, however early registration is required.


12–14 September 2018 International Aerial Archaeology Conference AARG 2018, Aerial Archaeology Research Group (AARG)

Venice, Italy

The Aerial Archaeology Research Group (AARG) Annual Meeting provides a forum for the exchange of ideas and information for all those actively involved in archaeological aerial photography and remote sensing at large, photo interpretation, field archaeology and landscape history. This also includes the use of remote sensing in defining preservation policies for archaeological sites and landscapes. The AARG 2018 meeting will take place in Venice (Italy) from September 12th to 14th 2018 and will focus on the following topics: Aerial archaeology in Italy; Coastal, shallow and lagoon water environments; Drones: to drone or not to drone; Remote sensing and Land management: field and agricultural systems; Monitoring changes (looting, endangered historical heritage, environmental changes); Aerial archaeology in collaboration - using methodological approaches from other branches of science.


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