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4 April 2023
SAFIR-Med in Amsterdam Drone Week 2023

Amsterdam Drone Week is the global platform for sharing knowledge on current air solutions, potential innovations and vital regulations. This year the event theme was “Innovative Air Mobility: Connecting Cities and Regions”. Innovative Air Mobility will not only connect more remote communities with the economic opportunities within cities. It will also enhance transport options and services such as inspection, emergency and security by drones, saving time and investment in infrastructure and people. During ADW Hybrid, the global UAM ecosystem gathers to co-create and cooperate to take the necessary steps ahead. Our coordinating team by Helicus and our partners Droniq and Skeydrone participated in the event.  

Helicus Team was present at the SESAR 3 Joint Undertaking Stand where the event attendants could discuss their solution integrations with them and were present all three days of the event in open interaction sessions. Mikael Shamim, Helicus CEO and coordinator of the SAFIR-Med project also presented our award-winning SAFIR-Med project and the medical transport drone flights that took place within the project framework. 

Additionally, the CEO Jan-Eric Putze and COO Ralph Schepp of Droniq also participated the following ADW events and EASA High Level Conference respectively: 

  • 📅21.3.2023 ⏰12.30-13.30 CET 
    From Rules to Business - the Case for U-Space 

  • 📅21.3.2023 ⏰14:00 - 15:00 CET 
    Commercial Drone Operations: the business case 

  • 📅 22.03.2023 ⏰ 09:00 - 10:30 CET 
    Technical Workshop 1B: Societal acceptance revisited: Collaborative actions to address noise, sustainability and other citizen concerns 

  • 📅 22.03.2023 ⏰ 11:15 - 12:45 CET 
    Technical Workshop 2A: U-Space - Moving towards implementing UAM or Urban Air Mobility in practice 

Last but not least, Didier Decaestecker, Head of Sales in Skeydrone, participated in the technical panel on Wednesday, March 22nd: "UAS outside U-space airspace- application or SORA & Utilizing U-Space services as air risk mitigation means."

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