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Mark Peters : March 20th 2017 - 22:42 CET

Drone 2017 business at CeBIT


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CeBITCeBIT 2017 The year of the commercial drone : CeBIT technology fair in Germany reports about the future of drones. The consumer drone hype is followed by the victory of the multicopters in the economy. Their abilities are growing as quickly as their areas of use. Intel is relying on unmanned flight models. Two German drone manufacturers (MAVinci & Ascending Technologies) have been purchased by the chip giant in the last few months. MAVinci from St. Leon-Rot produces surveying drones and their software. The Bavarian multi-rotor drone specialist Ascending Technologies (AscTec) is strongly represented in oil, gas, and energy management. Together with Intel, AscTec last developed the Falcon 8+A quadrocopter. This year at CeBIT a special Drone 2017 Park has been launched to educate consumers and business people.
Drone 2017 CeBIT

Drone 2017 CeBIT Show
"Drones and unmanned systems on land and water have huge business potential," confirms Oliver Frese, director of Deutsche Messe AG. As a result, CeBIT is clearly expanding this subject field. "After the successful premiere in 2016, we created a top international event for technologies and solutions around unmanned systems with a focus on Unmanned systems and solutions ," explains the trade-fair organizer. About 100,000 visitors were interested in the offer in 2016. "Unmanned Systems & Solutions will be a visitor magnet in 2017 as well," Oliver Frese expects. The 2017 CeBIT focus in hall 17 consists of an exhibition, a flight show, and a conference. The Drone 2017 business opportunities are huge, the marketplace has extended over the past years. The focus is on business applications that currently stretch from logistics and measuring technology to agriculture and forestry, through the police and fire brigade, to trade and medicine. Potential future fields for the conference are the Internet of Things, big data applications, communication and infrastructure solutions, as well as research and development.

Drone business

Commercial drone business
Matthias Beldzik, manager at Intel Germany, considers the drones "virtually flying computers that are smart and networked, and follow Moore’s law." This means that their abilities must continue to become more diverse, while they must continue to become smaller. "Drones in 2017 and beyond will be one of the great computing platforms of the future and will open up entirely new areas of innovation," says Beldzik in an interview with Gründerszene.de. "The year 2016 was the year of the consumer drone," Intel's manager says. "In the future we will see more being developed in the area of the commercial drone business."

Camera equipped quadrocopters

Camera equipped quadrocopters
Chinese manufacturer Yuneec (hall 17, stand A54) is mostly looking at the field of emergency rescue as its main market. The company has made a name for itself with remote-controlled model airplanes and ultra-lightweight airplanes in the last 15 years. By now, its camera-equipped quadrocopters help the fire brigade, emergency squads, coast guards, and police forces to obtain an overview and overcome obstacles. Yuneec’s "Typhoon H" is deemed one of the best flying robots. It recognizes obstacles and can evade them independently. Globe UAV GmbH (hall 17, stand E26) from Delbrück does not use a classic remote control for its GUAV8 drone, but computer, keyboard, mouse, and the cell phone network. Within an operating radius of 30 km and a flight time of up to 60 minutes, the drone supplies aerial views and environmental data in real time. One example of effective work with the system would enable the operator, among others, to transfer video data to other mobile end devices (e.g., during police action). With its night vision function, the drone can also be used in the dark - e.g., to observe or to track. The police forces thus acquire an additional tool for following perpetrators. The thermal imaging camera can also help to recognize defective solar panels and wind turbines that have run hot, or to find missing persons.

Professional control of drones

Professional control of drones
Globe UAV drones can also be used for the maintenance of industrial facilities, pipelines, and power lines, along with forestry and agricultural areas. Spectair (hall 17, C08) considers itself a "pioneer in the flying robot industry." Since 2012, the service provider from Meerbusch has supported customers with project planning through to the professional control of drones and the preparation of raw data from aerial recordings. Spectair offers sensor and camera technology for the purpose of inspection, mapping, and surveying, for vegetation and environmental monitoring, and for film and photo productions. Spectair’s target is to become "the globally leading provider of drone services" and a market leader in the training of professional drone pilots.




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