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TECHNOLOGIES FOR FUTURE SERVICES AND BUSINESS MODELS BASED ON SAFE AND AUTONOMOUS DRONES

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PROGRAMA DEL CURSO

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Código
657W
Horas
30
Fecha
18 Jul 2022
22 Jul 2022
Precio
140 € Tarifa C
Tipo
Seminario
Temática
Ciencia y Tecnología
ECTS
1

Sede donde se gestiona

Santander

Lugar de impartición

Santander - Península de la Magdalena (Infantes)

Dirección

Réda Nouacer
Research Programs Officer, CEA - France

Secretaría

Eugenio Villar
Professor in Electronics Technology, U. Cantabria

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Descripción de la actividad

The number and importance of new services and business models based on drones are continuously growing. If in 2019 the UAV market was USD 19.3 billion and it is projected to reach USD 45.8 billion by 2025 with the creation of more than 100.000 jobs. Consequently, there is in an increasing interest in new technologies able to ensure an efficient development of complex drone-based services.

The course aims to provide interested participants with a research roadmap and state-of-the-art in enabling technologies for drones. The course, derived from the research activities in the COMP4DRONES project, covers key technologies in this domain, such as smart sensing, trusted communication and model-based system engineering. The technologies will be demonstrated on four industrial application domains for drones (transport, logistics, agriculture, supervision and inspection).

The 5 days program has been structured by devoting each day to a specific topic. Concretely, the reference architecture for drones, the required SW in smart, autonomous drones, the trusted communication for swarm applications and the technologies enabling the development of UAV-based services. A final panel with the main stakeholders in the field will discuss current barriers and future developments. The course will count with outstanding lecturers from industry and academia.

The course is targeted to engineers and managers in companies providing drone-based services, researchers in industry and academia, entrepreneurs and public in general interested in the last technologies supporting the development of those complex services.

The official language of the course is English.