Leading drone manufacturers and operators exhibit at AERODrones

Specialist trade fair AERODrones continues to grow +++ Strong partnership with Baden-Württemberg police +++ AERO to be held for the 30th time in 2024

At AERO (April 17 - 20, 2024), unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) will play a major role. The special three-day trade fair AERODrones (April 17 - 19, 2024) in Hall A2 is the ideal platform for drone providers and operators to present their products and services to an expert audience. Leading players in this up-and-coming aviation segment have already registered.

Unmanned aerial vehicles, known as drones, are flying in the fast lane: there are now significantly more drones worldwide than manned aircraft. They fulfill a wide range of tasks for society. Accordingly, drones come in all sizes, from small, hand-launched helicopters to huge reconnaissance drones that are the size of a commercial aircraft.

As a trade fair within the show, AERODrones is an integral part of AERO 2024 (April 17 - 20, 2024). It will be taking place for the fourth time in 2024 and will occupy its own hall, the A2 in Friedrichshafen. It will open its doors for three days (April 17 - 19, 2024).

"Drones can be found in almost all areas of life today and their importance will continue to grow. AERODrones will undoubtedly contribute to the success of the anniversary AERO 2024! At AERODrones, we will continue to focus on drones in public safety operations and are delighted about the proven, strong partnership with the Baden-Württemberg police”, says Tobias Bretzel, AERO show director at fairnamic GmbH.

Major players from the unmanned aircraft sector have already registered to exhibit at AERODrones, including DJI, SAB Group, Droniq, Securiton, M4com, the Bavarian Red Cross and the Baden-Württemberg police. Companies from northern Germany will also be exhibiting their products and services relating to unmanned aviation.

As the world's leading trade fair for general aviation, air sports and business aviation, AERO is the ideal platform for AERODrones, as it brings together stakeholders from manned and unmanned aviation and allows them to discuss important topics such as the integration of drones into airspace.

Martin Landgraf, Deputy Head of the Baden-Württemberg Police Helicopter Squadron, says: "The Baden-Württemberg police is delighted to be a strong partner again at the fourth AERODrones drone event at the anniversary AERO in Friedrichshafen. For us, AERODrones is an important platform for the exchange of knowledge and experience between all those involved, from drone manufacturers to users and public safety organizations."