Drone Technology

  • 09/17/2014
  • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
  • Deerfield Golf Club, 507 Thompson Station Rd, Newark, DE 19711

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The Technology Forum of Delaware is featuring Drone Technology in September. We will explore how drones will impact business practices and spotlight technology leaders who are shaping the future with these flying machines.

The FAA expects to have more than 7,500 commercial drones in the sky within five years. Lightweight commercial drone aircraft are poised to transform industries from online retail, to film and photography, to farming, real estate, emergency rescue, news gathering, community policing, and Internet signal delivery, among many others.

Delaware businesses are beginning to put these robots-on-wings to work in life-altering ways, thanks to the innovation and vision of tech leaders and entrepreneurs in our community. We have two pioneering Delaware entrepreneurs, Evan Lober of Squatch Creative and Peter Fomin of Zenith FilmWorks, both of whom will be sharing their experiences with using drones in their emerging businesses and their visions of what drones can accomplish for other businesses in Delaware.

Meet innovators and experts for this technology in our state at the next Technology Forum of Delaware.

When:  September 17, 2014
Time:   5:30 - 7:30 PM
Where: Deerfield Golf Club
507 Thompson Station Rd, Newark, DE 19711

Event registration is $25 for TechForum DE Members, $40 for Future Members. Register on-line today! Walk-ins are welcome, but will be charged an additional $5 fee at the door

Limited Number of Exhibit Tables Available

Exhibit Cost:

$100 for Technology Forum Members
Click here to see a list of Member Companies

$300 for Non- Members

For more information:
info@techforumde.org



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