Drone Con 2019 Speakers

15 – 16 October 2019

Drone Con 2019 Speakers 

Alan Ball

Founder

Flying Robot

Mervyn George

Business Architect

SAP

Sean Reitz

 Director and Founder

United Drone Group & President of CUAASA  

Zeph Nhleko

Deputy Director General: Economic Planning and Coordination

Department of Economic Development

Jeoffrey Matshoba

Executive

ATM/CNS Planning & Standards at ATNS

Sam Twala

Co-Founder and Director 

NTSU Aviation Solutions

Nomusa Dube-Ncube

MEC

Economic Development, Tourism & Environmental Affairs

Louise Jupp

Director

Terreco Aviation

Dr. Debbie Jewitt

Ecosystem Ecologist

Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife

Stella Tembisa Ndabeni-Abrahams

Minister

Ministry of Communications and Digital Technologies

Sanjeev Gadhia

Founder & CEO

Astral Aerial

Dr. Mpilo Ngubane

Chief Learning Officer

eThekwini Municipality

Aurelia Albert

Chief Executive Officer

Innovate Durban

Farrell Alderton

Managing Director

Unmanned Volitation Solutions (UVS SA)

Lunga Madlala

Chief Digital Officer

EThekwini Municipality

Itumeleng Mokoena

Drone Pilot Instructor

RPAS Training Academy

Gaborone Lesito

Executive Officer – Aerospace

Transport Education Training Authority

About Drone Con

Redefining the Future of Work with Drones 4.0

Drone Con is one of Africa’s largest drone conferences with a keen focus on African solutions for commercial drone industries and offers delegates a diversity of relevant exhibitions.

This year marks the third widely anticipated annual Drone Con, taking place at Durban International Convention Centre (ICC) on the 15th and 16th of October 2019.

Drone Technology is being adopted at a rapidly growing rate in sectors like Agriculture, Mining, Construction, Security and more. Some Municipalities have also incorporated drone technology in their Smart City programmes to improve efficiencies in areas like Planning, Policing, Emergency Services, Inspections and monitoring of infrastructure projects.

Drone Technology will continue to fundamentally impact the nature of jobs in the future and Drone Con 2019 will aim to enlighten the public on the opportunities related to these influences.

Drone Con’s aim is to provide a platform whereby the best-in-industry provides drone enthusiasts with comprehensive, accurate information on matters industry-users are currently confronted with as well as possible solutions.

Drone Con 2019 will also expand on the upskilling of individuals and the vast employment opportunities the drone industry promises to deliver as per research conducted by the Commercial Unmanned Aviation Association of South Africa (CUAASA) which revealed more than 40 000 jobs will be created within the industry over a ten-year period.

New to the conference this year, we are excited to host a ‘Design Thinking Workshop’ which allows delegates to deliberate on Smart City Solutions and develop approaches on how Drone Technology may be adopted by Municipalities and other state organisations to improve efficiencies and lower operating costs.

 

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+27 (0)74 945 1000

info@dronecon.co.za