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InterDrone Cancels the August 10-12 2021 Live Event

InterDrone, The Largest Commercial Drone Event, announces that due to the new normal and the way we are now having to conduct gatherings,  the event planned for August 10-21 has now been canceled the in-person conference.

The team has been monitoring the landscape throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as interacting with the InterDrone community, to measure the impact of the pandemic on the drone industry.  The event cancellation was decided in light of COVID-19-related challenges affecting the drone community, including travel restrictions, both domestic and international as well as general budget constraints.

Additionally, as the InterDrone team examined and listened to the ongoing concerns related to the changes within the drone market as well as the challenges to gather, they are taking a step back to develop new ways to continue serving their customer base.

Over the course, the Board along with the InterDrone community and customers are invited to be involved in as part of the ideation process to ensure that their perspectives are voiced and effectively drive the future plans.

InterDrone remains proud of their history and commitment to educate their valued community. As they navigate this process, InterDrone and LaunchPad wishes to assure the community that they will continue to provide the valuable content that has become integral to the community through publications such as podcasts, virtual webinars and online newsletters.

InterDrone, The Largest Commercial Drone Event expresses great disappointment in this cancellation of the August event, but at the same time going to take advantage of this time to recalibrate by collaborating with their audience to triumph over the pandemic to continue being a powerful and relevant source of education, network and community. InterDrone is grateful for the continued partnerships and look forward to working toward a fresh and innovative InterDrone experience.

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