ENergy drone and robotics Summit Registration is Open
Registration is officially OPEN for the 2019 Energy Drone and Robotics Summit, taking place June 12-13 at the Woodlands Waterway Marriott in The Woodlands, TX. This is the largest event in the world focused on Industrial UAVs, Robotics & AI Technology for Energy & Engineering.
The Energy Drone & Robotics Summit is a forum dedicated to launching, growing and scaling enterprise UAV/Robotics operations in energy companies worldwide by bringing together the major rapidly growing segments within the UAV/AUV/Robotics ecosystem, with the energy industrial complex asset owners and end users.
Real-world examples of starting & scaling drone/robotics operations, energy use cases and specific software/data/AI solutions to UAV operations for energy companies, as well as best practices for risk management, data acquisition/management/security, C-UAV/Robotics for facility security, and disaster response for critical infrastructure will be explored throughout the Summit
Just a few reasons why you need to be there: This is the largest event in the world that exclusively focuses on the business and technology of UAVs/robotics in the energy industry. Major energy & engineering companies attend our Summit, which has included teams from Anadarko, Bechtel, BP, CenterPoint, Cheniere, Chevron, ConocoPhillips, CPS Energy, Dow Chemical, Duke Energy, ExxonMobil, Fluor, NextEra Energy, Oxy Midstream, Phillips 66, Shell, Southwestern Energy, WorleyParsons, Xcel and many more…
We’re bringing all of the energy & engineering end users together with the leaders in UAVs, robotics & AI to move the industry forward. Definitely an event that you need to consider.
To register click here.
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