Part event, part expo, DroneClash is a must-attend event for the unmanned systems industry, specifically as it relates to security. Visitors of DroneClash can watch a live drone competition, visit exhibitors at the Clash Expo, and see the anti-drone demonstrations.
During the competition, four teams battle simultaneously. They can use as many drones as they like, but each team is only allowed two FPV video streams to their drones. This means, in practice, only two drone can be tele-operated per team. But, teams may switch between drones or create autonomous drones, and anything in between. As long as it flies. This exciting event provides the audience with a video game feel as they wait to see which team survives.
Spectators can see the show live, with a video game vibe. The FPV streams will also be shown on large screens to the audience, so spectators can see what the pilots see.
Dedicated demonstration events of anti drone measures will be organised by several stakeholders (such as several national police departments, the air force, and security and counter terrorism agencies).
The basic principle is simple: take down everything that isn’t yours. But there is far more than meets the eye.
DroneClash will be organised in parallel with Clash Expo, in which companies and organisations can hire a stand to present their anti drone measures.
The latest press releases of DroneClash and related events.