Drones

Why the future is bright for drone technology

In Ghana, drones delivered 13% of the country’s initial shipment of COVID-19 vaccine in just 3 days Image: Gavi/2019/Tony Noel

Khaled Abusalem
Chairman of UAV and Robotics , Saudi Aramco
Mansour Alsaleh
Head of Innovation Hub, Saudi Central Bank, King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology (KACST)
Timothy Reuter
Head of Aerospace and Drones, World Economic Forum LLC
Talal Alsedairy
Drones Lead, Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution, Saudi Arabia
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