EagleHawk team members attended the second annual NUAIR Symposium on September 17-18 at Turning Stone Casino & Resort in Verona, NY.

The symposium gives the UAS (Unmanned Aircraft Systems) community a chance to network with UAS industry leaders and colleagues from around the globe to form new connections and discuss the key issues facing the UAS industry.

The symposium was kicked off with welcoming remarks from NUAIR CEO Mike Hertzendorf and Oneida County Executive Anthony J. Picente Jr. Congressmen Anthony Brindisi (D-22nd District) and John Katko (R-24th District) participated in a candid conversation on the emerging drone industry and the significant investment and support New York State has contributed to Central New York and the growing drone-related businesses in the region.

A large topic of conversation at the event was the vast technologies and capabilities of New York’s 50-Mile UAS Test Corridor being developed between Rome and Syracuse, New York.

The symposium was filled with multiple panel discussions led by UAS industry experts which discussed many of the key issues facing the UAS industry, including cybersecurity, urban air mobility, weather, remote ID, innovation, and more. Multiple UAS industry vendors were also setup throughout the conference for participants to learn more about their technologies and advancements.

As a member of GENIUS NY, EagleHawk was thrilled to be a vendor throughout the symposium and enjoyed networking and learning about what other businesses in the UAS industry are developing and accomplishing.

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EagleHawk is the leading provider of information services using drones and thermal imaging technology. We specialize in delivering full-service inspection solutions for commercial roofs, solar panels, building envelopes and facades, district heating systems, utilities, bridges, and more. We work with commercial, government and non-profit clients across the US, helping them save costs and reduce risks by implementing a proactive approach for managing large-scale assets.

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