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UAV Technology Central and Eastern Europe

27-Sep-2017 to 28-Sep-2017

Following the great success received last year, SMi's second annual UAV Technology Central and Eastern Europe conference returns to Prague this September.

UAVs now more than ever play a pivotal role as a tactical and operational tool for the Armed Forces. SMi's UAV Technology Central and Eastern Europe conference will aim to examine and bring solutions to this specific piece of equipment and how to better utilise it during missions. Moreover, SMi will bring together a community of experts, friends and allies to share information and strengthen relationships. This reflects the growing need of nations, armed forces and industries to come together in order to achieve higher levels of capabilities.

Attending this conference will mean to not only have a clear understanding of UAV but to have a chance to be part of a community of leaders and experts that will impact the growth of these technological assets.

Venue Details

www.uav-technology.org/keypub

Hotel International Prague, Czech Republic

Tel: +44 (0)20 7827 6068

Email: tchung@smi-online.co.uk

Note

Events are subject to change or cancellation. Please be advised to contact organisers to check that the event you wish to attend is still taking place as advertised.

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