A special lunch mixer event will be organised in Dallas on Wednesday May 10th with visiting alumni representatives from ‘TU’ affiliated Dutch spin-offs attending the Xponential Unmanned Systems 2017 conference. The 3 companies Aerovinci, Clear Flight Solutions, and Robin Radar are hosting VIP guests at a shared ‘Drone Starts Club Lounge’ space during the conference and have added a special alumni hour in their busy calendar for local TU Delft, TU/e, UTwente, and Wageningen alumni.
During this event you will have the opportunity to learn more about drones, hear from the entrepreneurs behind these exciting start-ups, and meet fellow alumni from the Dallas area!
Light refreshments will be served during the mixer which is free of charge for alumni from the Dutch technical universities but prior registration is required for logistical reasons.
More information about the participating start-ups:
AeroVinci builds a fully autonomous network of drones, able to deliver data and services. This network allows drones to land, recharge, process and transmit information to end users autonomously, with no human interaction required. AeroVinci is based in Delft, the Netherlands.
Clear Flight Solutions engages in the development and implementation of remotely piloted robotic birds for bird-related problems. It provides Falcon, which is used to chase off birds up to 3kg; and Eagle to chase away various types of birds. The company serves airport, waste management, and agriculture applications. Clear Flight Solutions B.V. is based in Enschede, the Netherlands.
Robin Radar Systems develops and delivers bird detection systems to view bird movements. These systems are used in wind farms and aviation. Radar is typically used to see large objects like ships or planes. Small targets like birds resolve in the noise of other unwanted reflections (so called ‘clutter’). The essence of Robin’s expertise is clutter filtering using raw radar data. Radar Systems B.V. is based in The Hague, the Netherlands.