The mayor of León, Antonio Silván. Photo: Infodefensa.com
05/06/2018 | León
The European summit on remotely-piloted systems for security and defense, UNVEX S&D, on Thursday closed its doors at the northwestern Spanish city of León’s congress hall after three days of conferences, exhibits and flight demonstrations that drew more than 80 domestic and international first-rate experts in the RPAS sector and was attended by over 3,000 visitors.
During the closing ceremony, UNVEX’s director, Ángel Macho, highlighted that the event had come to an end having met its goal of gathering the industry and the armed forces together while analyzing the essential topics for the development of RPAS as a technological factor.
“This integral event has brought together professionals, experts, users and industry from around the world, with the focus on Europe and the aim of developing this activity in Spain,” Macho said.
The mayor of León, Antonio Silván, expressed his satisfaction with the event, which he said had taken the technological reality that RPAS...
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