Dubai Airshow returns with an outstanding showcase of global aerospace trends and innovation from November 13 to 17 as it is all set to take the industry to new heights.
Among the exhibitors, Tupan Aircraft will display its latest solutions. Tupan Aircraft, the Sao Paulo-headquartered developer of drones and AAM solutions, is an aviation enterprise that specialises in the development, manufacturing, and commercialisation of the Tupan High Speed, Vertical, and Short Take Off and Landing (HSVSTOL) aircraft.
Tupan’s CEO, Alberto Carlos Pereira Filho, said: “Tupan Cargo brings value to the Middle East’s air freight market. Tupan is planning expansion and solution upgrades.”
First-time exhibitor, Autel Robotics will showcase the EVO II V3 series, EVO Max 4T and Dragonfish Series.
In 2015, Autel Robotics released its first-generation UAV product: the X-STAR. The success of the X-STAR and the subsequent EVO series allowed Autel Robotics too quickly build a reputation in US markets.
An Autel Robotics drone was used by a scientific team of international academics to document activities on Irazú Volcano in Costa Rica.
Meanwhile, VoltAero confirms its participation at Dubai Airshow 2023. VoltAero has secured €32 million ($34.9 million) and production partner for Hybrid-Electric Cassio Aircraft. The VoltAero Cassio is a family of hybrid electric aircraft being developed by startup company VoltAero.
With 300-plus regional and global experts and 13 tracks across four stages, the Dubai Airshow conferences will bring together the trailblazers and business leaders to participate in thought-provoking sessions that will shape the future of the aerospace industry.
This year's central theme will be focusing on accelerating the sustainability agenda through the adoption of mission-critical technologies.
In addition, all conference sessions are now CPD compliant and attendees are entitled to receive a CPD delegate certificate after the event.-- TradeArabia News Service