[Last updated on 13.03.2020] In view of the situation with the Coronavirus and after intensive consultations, we have made the decision to cancel DRONE Berlin 2020.
We wish to thank you all for your support, patience, and understanding while navigating this difficult situation. We will continue to update you once we have more information.


4th International Forum on Drone Technology

Save the new date! On November 17-18, 2020 the fourth DRONE Berlin will return with two full days of exhibition and conference - providing the perfect backdrop for the continuation of technical discussion concerning the future of drone technology.

The exhibition will feature international manufacturers and service providers with innovative design, essential technologies and solutions on display including Imaging Systems, Positioning, Navigation and Communication, Flight Control Systems, Functional Components. It is an unrivalled opportunity to source the latest technology enabling you to discover the leading suppliers and products from across the drone industry all in one location.

Running concurrently to the exhibition is the technology conference, where attendees will have the opportunity to engage in-depth dialogue to reveal what is driving demand, shaping novel technologies and market trends. New this year, DRONE Berlin will cover Drone and AI topic dedicated to the transformative impact that AI-inspired technology is applying to drones. We invite you to submit your work, show your products and join us for new business use cases, concepts, technical challenges and innovations!

Join the Dialogue

Commercial UAV applications rely heavily on the position, velocity and timing information received from GPS/GNSS. A key purpose of the PNT Workshop is to provide a platform in which professionals working on related technology and applications can share share insights on the latest developments of assured PNT solutions. Attendees involved in the design and production of commercial drones, autonomous vehicles and other products requiring navigation in challenging RF environments will demonstrate novel technologies and capabilities. More