Exhibit Hall Features
Unmanned Systems 2015 features the largest exhibit hall dedicated to unmanned systems in the world with over 350,000 sq. ft. (32,500 sq. m.) of space and more than 600 exhibitors. It is the place to find the latest solutions and products the industry has to offer and to connect with colleagues and new business partners.
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Robots in Action
Exhibitors show off their small unmanned systems’ capabilities at the combined air and ground demonstration area, which is located centrally on the show floor. The demonstrations provide attendees with a chance to watch live operations of emerging technologies in the small unmanned systems industry.
New for 2015! Free to all attendees, connect in the center of it all with the industry's top thought leaders and subject matter experts at the Innovation Hub to participate in Special Interest Sessions, peer-to-peer discussion groups, visit the answer bar or check out an Ask the Expert Roundtable session and more! This one-stop-shop for industry information will be sure to pique your interests. In addition to our new session offerings, you will also find the Beyond the Booth Showcase, technical poster presentations and our student competitors and the AUVSI Foundation. Visit the program planner for a list of sessions and activities.
With a new central location in the Innovation Hub, the technically focused Poster Presentations offer the ability to have one on one dialogue with authors of some of the latest research happening in unmanned systems and robotics.
Special Interests Sessions
AUVSI is pleased to announce new Special Interest Sessions. These informative and engaging sessions are complimentary for all badge holders and will address important industry issues.
Beyond the Booth Showcase
The Beyond the Booth Showcase features the latest new product releases and partnership opportunities from exhibiting companies. AUVSI selects and curates the best exhibitor content to provide attendees with valuable industry insights.
AUVSI Foundation Showcase
The AUVSI Foundation features student teams who compete in the Foundation's autonomous robotic competitions as well as hands-on demonstrations of exciting robotics programs, including SeaPerch and SeaGlide.
Visitors will also be treated to a “Sneak Peek” of the first episode of RoboNationTV—a new, web-based, monthly television program devoted to news, events and all things robotics—which officially launches in the Fall of 2015.
Technology and country pavilions provide a hub for attendees to see the latest innovation for one specific market segment.
Engines, gimbals and retrieval systems are just a handful of the components that are applicable for unmanned aircraft systems.. Innovative products and services for UAS will be a key feature of the air pavilion.
Arm, lidar and suspension systems are just a few of the components that are vital to today’s unmanned ground vehicles. Check out exhibitors offering cutting-edge components for the UGV community in the ground pavilion.
UBIFRANCE, the French agency for international business development, comes under the aegis of France’s Ministry for Economy and Finance and the Ministry for Foreign Trade. UBIFRANCE lies at the heart of France’s public-sector export-support framework.
With 80 offices in 60 countries, UBIFRANCE offers a comprehensive range of products and services aimed at accompanying French-based companies in their development on export markets, including knowledge-based products and services from business information to consultancy and monitoring services, in order to help companies elaborate a strategy for international expansion and promotional operations in order to foster partnerships with companies outside France. Visit http://www.ubifrance.com/us/ for more information.
Organized by UK Trade & Investment, the U.K. Pavilion features innovative companies headquartered in the United Kingdom.
The start-up pavilion features the newest players in the unmanned systems industry. Stop by and see what these entrepreneurs have to offer.
Interested in hosting or starting a new international or technology pavilion? Contact Mike Greeson.