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Korea’s largest drone exhibition ‘2022 Drone Show’ opens on the 24th

Drone Art Show’ at 7pm on the 24th until the 26th at BEXCO, Busan
Medium-altitude unmanned aerial vehicle with a wingspan of 26m, maritime mission unmanned aerial vehicle (MVUS), long-distance hydrogen drone, drone bot combat system…

The Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy announced on the 23rd that ‘2022 Drone Show Korea’, the largest drone exhibition in Korea, will be held at Bexco, Busan, for three days from the 24th. The Ministry of Industry, along with the Ministry of Science and ICT, the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport, the Ministry of National Defense, and Busan Metropolitan City is listed as the organizer of the event.

At this event, held under the theme of ‘Drones, Connecting Industries,’ paying attention to the scalability of the drone industry, examples of convergence and convergence between industries to be implemented with drones will be introduced, and various drone models that apply the latest technology to daily life will be introduced. am. 137 companies participate, and the number of exhibition booths reaches 533. Korean Air will exhibit a medium-altitude drone with a wingspan of 26m and present its vision as a future aviation mobility leader. Vessel Aerospace will unveil the first unmanned aircraft for maritime missions at the site, and the Army will introduce the drone-bot combat system, which is the center of multi-domain simultaneous integrated operations. Hydrogen drones (SK E&S, LIG ​​Nex1) will also be exhibited.

At 7 pm on the 24th, Pablo Air’s ‘Drone Art Show’ will be held for about 10 minutes with the night sky in the background.

The Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy plans to announce the ‘future aircraft (AAV) development strategy direction’ at the ‘Government Policy Session’, a conference held as one of the events on the morning of the 24th.

According to the Ministry of Industry, starting in 2018, more than 200 companies worldwide are developing futuristic aircraft, and some leading companies have started the certification process and will be certified by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) or European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) in 2023-2025. We plan to secure certified aircraft. In Korea, Hanwha Systems and Hyundai Motor Company are participating in the first-generation aircraft development project together with overseas partner companies, while the Korea Aerospace Research Institute is developing an ‘autonomous flying personal aircraft’ (OPPAV) test aircraft.

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