Zimbabwe to host its first drone and UAV conference

Issue 7 2021 News

An exciting event is lined up for Zimbabwe on the 10th to 11th of November 2021. This is set to be the first ever Drones and Unmanned Aerial Vehicles Conference in the country, hosted by the Drones for Good Network alongside local industry experts such as Zimbabwe Flying Labs as well as Precision Aerial Drone services. The venue of the event is Celebration Centre in Borrowdale, Harare.

The line-up for guests consists of 15 experts from all over the globe and they are ready to impart knowledge about this fourth industrial revolution technology. The Civil Aviation Authority will also be in attendance together with local government agencies. The aim of the conference is to educate business stakeholders and governments about the potential of drones in the Zimbabwean economy.

The vast application points of drones in Africa are unquestionable, accompanied by significant job creation and profitable business ventures. Up for discussion are latest trends of the technology in industries such as mining, tourism, real-estate, surveillance and agriculture.

The managing director of Zimbabwe Flying labs, Tawanda Chihambakwe, who is also co-author of Drone Professional 1 and 2, encourages attendees to come prepared for a ‘game-changing event’ that will unlock the hidden truths about this promising technology.

For event registration information, participants are encouraged to apply online at www.droneconference.co.zw

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