XPONENTIAL 2017 promises to bring together 7000+ unmanned systems experts

Unmanned systems are the wave of the future when it comes to drones and robotics, an industry that PR Newswire writes is going to experience huge growth.  The Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International, AUVSI, will be hosting the XPONENTIAL 2017 show at the Kay Bailey Hutchinson Convention Center in Dallas.

XPONENTIAL will be held from May 8-11 and AUVSI is calling this the most comprehensive trade show for unmanned systems and robotics that will feature new technologies, new rules, and new opportunities.  With more than 7,000 industry professionals brought together there will be access to individuals from every segment of the market.

XPONENTIAL will feature more than 20 industries from agriculture to defense, and from public safety to inspection, as well as more than 200 sessions covering the high-growth markets.  The courses are broken down into three tracks: policy, technology, and business solutions ensuring that there is something for everyone, as this is the tech of the future and there are three hot emerging topics that will be heavily featured: beyond line of sight, counter-UAS, and data management.

The keynote speakers will focus on a wide range of issues, looking at the futuristic world of unmanned systems and how they are able to solve the problems of today.  Along with offering daily keynote addresses XPONENTIAL will offer poster presentations, The Starting Point theater, the Solutions Theater, technical presentations, panels, discussion groups, and workshops.

The Starting Point theater and the Solutions Theater are two unique opportunities to look into the world of unmanned systems.  The Starting Point is a place where insight and information will be shared to help attendees with the goal of starting a business or introducing these new unmanned systems into existing businesses.  Solutions Theater will be ground zero for new product releases and partnership opportunities.

XPONENTIAL 2017 is sponsored by Lone Star UAS, Texas A&M Engineering, the National Unmanned Aircraft Systems Credentialing Program, and Gryphon Sensors and is 95% sold out.  This event will offer the opportunity to connect to more than 650 manufacturers across 370,000 square feet of exhibit space with thousands of industry pros and is a great opportunity for those in the Dallas/Fort Worth region to learn about this emerging technology.

Harmony Tapper