FlytBase, Inc. Announces NestGen ’24 – The World’s Largest Virtual Drone Autonomy Conference

NestGen ’24: Elevating Drone Autonomy to New Heights with Global Industry Leaders and Cutting-Edge Technologies

FlytBase, Inc. has announced the return of NestGen, the  virtual drone autonomy conference. Scheduled for February 24, 2024, this extensive 11-hour event will showcase cutting-edge technologies, solutions, and best practices crucial for the expansion of autonomous BVLOS docked drone operations.

Event registration is open and can be accessed here.

NestGen ’24 will bring together renowned experts from the global drone industry, featuring presentations from leaders of prominent drone tech companies, including DJI Enterprise, Aerodyne, DroneDeploy, FEDS, and Volatus Aerospace, among others. To ensure the conference maintains the highest level of thought leadership and addresses industry challenges, a select advisory board has been established. The board will play a pivotal role in shaping the event agenda and serving as the jury for the NestGen Awards.

Some of the notable Advisory Board members for NestGen ’24 include:

– Jackie Dujmovic – Founder and CEO, Hover UAV
– Glen Lynch – CEO, Volatus Aerospace
– Rabih Bou Rached – CEO, FEDS
– Vic Moss – COO, Drone Service Providers Alliance
– Charles Werner – Director, Droneresponders

The conference will feature keynote addresses, panels, and sessions covering various tracks, such as BVLOS regulations, Drone-in-a-box operations, Data-processing apps for automated workflows, Data security, BVLOS enablement tech, and Dock showcase.

In addition to educational sessions, attendees will have the opportunity to participate in interactive workshops, focused breakout sessions, Q&A, and product demonstrations. Virtual booths will showcase the latest hardware and software innovations, allowing attendees to network with industry leaders.

NestGen ’23, held in the previous year, saw the participation of 2780 registrants from 98 countries and featured 49 speakers delivering over 30 sessions. Notable speakers included leaders from DJI, DroneUp, Volatus Aerospace, uAvionix, RocketDNA, RMUS, and Elsight.

The conference is designed for professionals in the commercial drone industry, including drone service providers, hardware and software developers, dock makers, distributors, resellers, and UTM providers. System integrators and large-scale enterprises deploying autonomous drone solutions for their use cases will also find value in attending NestGen.

FlytBase invites thought leaders with innovative technology, applications, or case studies focused on autonomous drone operations to apply for a speaking spot at the event through [this form](https://www.flytbase.com/nestgen/call-for-speakers).

Early bird passes are available for free until January 31, with ticket prices set at 24 USD thereafter.

Founded in 2016, FlytBase, Inc. is a Silicon Valley-based enterprise drone autonomy software platform. Recognized as the Grand Champion at NTT Data’s Global Innovation Contest, FlytBase’s platform is designed for system integrators to seamlessly integrate various components of the drone ecosystem, automating flight operations for enterprise use-cases like security, inspections, or emergency response.

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