Monday, 28th June
12pm - 1pm UAE/ GST
The drones market in the UAE is ripe for expansion.
The technology is now making it possible for relevant stakeholders to re-engineer their supply chain operations and perform challenging activities in a more effective & efficient way (saving time & money).
The content of this webinar draws on a wide range of perspectives from those involved across the full spectrum of the international / UAE commercial drone market (including end-users, operators, manufacturers & related aviation specialists).
Hear about the latest developments in the drone eco-system and the evolving regulatory approaches that are driving the market forward.
Key talking points to be addressed will cover:
- Identifying and interpreting the megatrends reshaping the aviation & aerospace landscape
- Understanding barriers to the roll-out of drone technology in the short-to-medium term
- Top trends that will drive demand for Drone-as-a-Service providers (covering logistics, healthcare, retail & ecommerce).
- An update on Dubai’s developing virtual airspace infrastructure
- End user case studies
Hear from industry leaders
Head, Global Supply Chain Innovation, Middle East and Africa, Johnson & Johnson
Neil is the Head, Advanced Technologies, Global Supply Chain, Middle East and Africa for Johnson and Johnson across Pharmaceuticals, Medical Devices and Consumer Products. He leads a global team focused on collaborative partnerships in support of broad innovation for the global supply chain.
CEO & Founder, Manna
For the last 3 years, Bobby has been been building ‘Manna’ - a Drone Delivery as a Service business for the world with which he plans to revolutionise the world of online food and pharmacy delivery – making a 3 minute, low-cost delivery service as pervasive as running water.
Rabih Bou Rached,
Founder & CEO, FEDS Drone-powered Solutions
Rabih is a recognised leader in the Commercial Drone space. He has guided his company from its humble beginnings in the region to serving over 25 countries on the global stage. FEDS revolutionized the middle east’s commercial space by introducing Drones-as-a-service in 2014.