The concept of a smart city involves interconnecting public services through technology in order to collect and analyze data. As technology evolves, intelligent unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), or drones, as they’re commonly referred, are poised to become a major contributor to smart city infrastructure to support business and public sector needs. Although drones have important technical advantages, many still have concerns about their performance, regulations, privacy and security.
In partnership with ATDC, Xeo Air, a new startup providing on-demand drone services and data analytics for B2B clients, will host a discussion on January 30 breaking down how infrastructure such as 5G and smart cities will play a significant role in how we move forward in the UAV industry.
The panel, sponsored by Sprint and Curiosity Lab, will feature industry experts from leading companies in the smart cities industry which include Sprint, Metro Atlanta Chamber, A2D, TruWeather, Airbus and the Georgia Tech Research Institute.
Don’t miss your opportunity to learn about the future of UAVs in a smart city. RSVP here!
Featured image via Pascal Deloche.