Christiansburg, VA, September 08, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Aeroprobe CEO Nanci Hardwick will speak at the Drones Africa Summit in Johannesburg later this month. Hardwick’s presentation, Drone Missions Requiring Precision Avionics, will highlight the use of Aeroprobe products in various projects where accuracy was crucial to success.
The Drones Africa summit is a gathering for members of the unmanned systems industry. The event promotes industry growth across the continent, where projects employing unmanned aerial vehicles are on the rise. Current and potential uses include common UAV missions such as commercial deliveries and emergency services, as well as more unique projects like supporting law enforcement in battling illegal poaching.
The summit will be help September 20-22 and feature speakers from multiple countries and organizations. Other presenters include the South African Civil Aviation Authority and Airbus Defense & Space. Aeroprobe will be featured on day three of the event.
Aeroprobe Corporation is a global producer of air data measurement tools to aerospace, automotive, turbomachinery, wind turbine, and wind tunnel industries around the world. Its main line of products consists of multi-hole probes and air data systems that measure flow velocity for aerodynamic research and engineering. Aeroprobe has also pioneered Additive Friction Stir (AFS) technology, a proprietary solid-state metal deposition process. All research, engineering, manufacturing, and testing of products and instruments is conducted onsite at its headquarters in Christiansburg, Virginia. For more information, visit www.aeroprobe.com.