SAE Media Group Announces 2022 UAV Technology Participants

Over 70 participants and more than 40 different organizations have confirmed their attendance at this year’s event in London, 26-27 September By Sarah Simpson / 06 Sep 2022
SAE Media Group Announces 2022 UAV Technology Participants

SAE Media Group is pleased to announce the participants of its 2022 UAV Technology Conference. The highly anticipated conference will take place on 26-27 September 2022, at the Copthorne Tata Hotel in London, UK.

The two-day agenda will focus on the latest developments in UAV capabilities that will enable delegates to obtain insights from leading nations in unmanned technologies such as Belgium, Canada, Germany, Greece, Italy, Norway, the UK, the USA, and many more.

Over 70 participants and more than 40 different organizations have confirmed their attendance this year and this list is growing. Places are limited; it is advised to register soon to secure a place at: www.uav-technology.org

These are a few of the organizations participating in the 2022 UAV Technology Conference:

  1. 22nd Attack Squadron, U.S. Air Force
  2. Air Combat Command, U.S. Air Force
  3. Anduril Industries
  4. DE&S, UK MOD
  5. DEVCOM Aviation & Missile Center, U.S. Army
  6. DSTL, UK MOD
  7. Dutch MOD
  8. Ebeni
  9. Echodyne Corp.
  10. Elbit Systems UK
  11. Embassy of Ukraine in the UK
  12. Embraer
  13. EUROCONTROL
  14. FCG
  15. Federal Office of Bundeswehr Equipment, Information Technology, and In-Service Support (BAAINBw)
  16. GOST
  17. Hensoldt Sensors GmbH
  18. High Commission of Canada in the UK
  19. HQ Air Command, Royal Air Force
  20. II Squadron, Royal Air Force
  21. Land Warfare Centre, British Army
  22. Latvian Embassy in the UK
  23. Leonardo UK
  24. Ministry Of National Defence, Greece
  25. NATO Alliance Ground Surveillance Force
  26. Nigerian Army
  27. NSSLGlobal Ltd
  28. Pratt & Whitney
  29. QinetiQ
  30. Radionor Communications AS
  31. Rowden Technologies Ltd
  32. Royal Air Force
  33. Royal Australian Air Force
  34. Royal Canadian Air Force
  35. Royal Malaysian Navy
  36. Swiss Air Force
  37. Thinke Company Ltd
  38. U.S. Air Force Special Operations Command
  39. U.S. Air Force
  40. U.S. Federal Aviation Administration
  41. UAV Tactical Systems Ltd

Major Joseph Ritter, Lead Evaluator Pilot and MQ-9 Branch Chief at U.S. Air Force Special Operations Command (AFSOC) and confirmed expert speaker at the conference, commented, “I am most excited to see how international partners are looking to use their RPAs. While the US military has long-term experience employing these platforms in combat, I think there is immense benefit in learning from our allies that have an opportunity to start fresh and learn from our mistakes.”

This year’s UAV Technology Conference will feature more than 20 sessions along with notable Gold Sponsors Echodyne and Leonardo, giving attendees the opportunity to learn about and experience the latest in UAV Technology first-hand.

View the full conference agenda here >>

Gold Sponsors: Echodyne and Leonardo | Sponsored by: Radionor Communications AS

For sponsorship enquiries, contact Justin Predescu at +44 (0) 20 7827 6130 or [email protected]

For more information on delegate places, contact Callum Kenmure at +44 (0) 207 827 6138 or [email protected]

Posted by Sarah Simpson Specialising in digital copy Sarah is an experienced copywriter and researcher. Working with Unmanned Systems Technology Sarah has developed a passion for sourcing unique digital content and a talent for writing about the latest technical innovations in the unmanned sector. Connect & Contact