The next edition of Warsaw Drone Summit will take place on the 19th and 20th of June 2023. More details coming soon!
WARSAW DRONE SUMMIT
19-20 June 2023
Warsaw Drone Summit 2023
Warsaw Drone Summit 2022
Warsaw Drone Summit 2022 has now passed.
The summit gathered representatives of the military, government, investors, as well as representatives of companies involved in the drone industry from Poland, Ukraine, the USA and other countries. The Russian invasion of Ukraine has shown that the role of drones in today’s battlefield has grown rapidly and will continue to increase in the foreseeable future. According to the data of the Ukrainian Ministry of Digital Transformation, the value of the global military drone market was valued at USD 11.7 billion in 2022 and is expected to reach USD 17.2 billion by 2028. That is why Bernard Hudson, former CIA head for combating terrorism and CEO of Looking Glass, initiated the Warsaw Drone Summit as a communication platform to exchange views of interested parties parties from the region and to develop a plan to accelerate innovation in this sector. The Drone Valley located in Poland would become a regional center for drone technology and innovation.
However, the concept of the Drone Valley is by no means limited to drones. Numerous types of advanced technologies and software are becoming increasingly important for drones and even across the spectrum. Advanced military equipment, including image recognition, data integration from various sensors and systems (sensor fusion) and advanced information processing software.
See you at Warsaw Drone Summit 2023!
Warsaw is the ideal front line location for a conference on the future of drones and the role of drones in the new security reality in Europe. The capital city of Poland offers something for everyone, from classical music, to a rich history and natural beaches along the Vistula.
The Warsaw Drone Summit will take place at the Kinoteka, a theater located inside the historic Palace of Culture and Science. Constructed after WWII, when most of Warsaw still lay in ruins, the Palace was “gifted” to the Poles by Stalin. It thus symbolized the strategic importance that Russia placed upon Poland.
The historic 5-star Hotel Europejski is the most famous hotel in Poland. The Europejski is also a prominent Polish supporter of Ukraine.