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Drone industry expected to grow 25% by 2019 and challenges will be debated at International Brazil Air Show

At least 70,000 Remotely Piloted Aircraft are registered with the National Civil Aviation Agency (ANAC) system, where 44,000 are for recreational use and 25,000 for professional use.

 

PRESS REGISTRATION – IBAS – International Brazil Air Show: Journalists should apply for registration by e-mail: press@sators.com.br (Journalist Eliane Jerônimo Bueno). It is necessary to inform: name, position, vehicle and contacts (information of each professional).

The drone sector (unmanned aircraft) is booming in Brazil and, according to data from MundoGeo, the practical chain of the sector will move, in 2019, R$500 million, representing a growth of 25% and surpassing the more than R$400 million of revenues achieved in 2018. At least 70,000 Remotely-Piloted Aircraft (RPA) are registered in the National Civil Aviation Agency (ANAC) system, where 44,000 are for recreational use and 25,000 for Professional use. In total, 52,000 people are registered to operate the drones, of which 93% are individuals and 7% companies.

In this sense, IBAS – International Brazil Air Show 2019, which will be held between September 11 and 13, at GRU Airport – International Airport of São Paulo, in Guarulhos, includes a strategic agenda to discuss the drone market in Brazil. The Workshop Drones will have four panels: drone market in Brazil and worldwide; Embedded technology; Regulatory challenges; and Airport drone detection technologies. Experts from the public and private sectors attend the Workshop.

“We brought this agenda to IBAS 19 considering the importance of this sector in Brazil, especially after its regulation and increasing use in different segments, such as agriculture and infrastructure. The discussion at the event should address the economic advantages that unmanned aircraft or drones represent, as well as the challenges that will need to be addressed in the coming years, of which we highlight the responsibility for data protection, privacy, noise and emission of CO2, among other points. Overall, the event will broadly discuss all topics related to the aerospace market in the country and Latin America, pointing challenges and the best ways”, emphasizes IBAS creator – International Brazil Air Show and Sator CEO Paula Faria.

Speaker of the Brazilian and World Drone Market Panel at IBAS 19, MundoGeo CEO, Emerson Granemann, mentions that, currently, in Brazil, more than 30 thousand people are involved with the drone sector, either directly or indirectly, which is difficult to think about geolocation, inspections, security, rescue, mapping, telecommunications, for example, without the help of drones. “It is also worth mentioning the large number of public and private companies that are choosing to equip themselves with technology to generate their own data, without hiring service providers. All this movement is expected to generate R$ 500 million in revenue in 2019, in the country. And, in my presentation at IBAS, I will highlight the expectations for this market in the global context, emphasizing the current Brazilian scenario.”, said Granemann.

 

Airport Challenges

Commander Miguel Dau, chief operating officer of GRU Airport, which has about 1,000 landings and takeoffs/day, says he has been closely following the impacts that drone technology has been having on airport activities. We can highlight the events that occurred in Heathrow (England) and Congonhas (Brazil), which caused a shutdown of operations, as a good example. “We have installed an experimental passive system for over 1 year that detects the presence of drones in our area of operation. At this time, we do not envision the adoption of any active system that prevents the flight of these equipment. However, we understand that the indiscriminate use of this type of device can have a strong impact on the safety of airport operations, considering that the drone’s ability to topple an aircraft is very large and we cannot neglect it.”

According to the commander, the use of drones is a big challenge for everyone who has any responsibility for air activity in the world (airports, airlines, air navigation, civil aviation agencies, security and defense agencies), being necessary to find short-term solutions that can balance the minimum levels of Safety and Security to bring minimal impact to air operations.. “In the medium and long term drones will be used on an increasing scale where activities will emerge for their use. Undoubtedly, this will be another aviation theme that will need to be addressed through the collaborative spirit between the air transport industry and the authorities involved.”, concludes.  

 

Regulation
According to the National Civil Aviation Agency (ANAC), before starting a drone operation in the country, the person responsible for the equipment needs to register with the Agency through the Unmanned Aircraft System (SISANT). “ANAC has been following all the international discussion about the use of drones in order to keep the regulation updated and aligned with the best practices. In addition, the concern with the supervision of the use of this equipment is constantly discussed with the competent police authorities. In this sense, we will participate in the IBAS 19 Strategic Agenda focused on the theme”, comments ANAC Airworthiness Superintendent Roberto José Silveira Honorato, who will also lecture on the theme at IBAS 19.

To operate drones it is also necessary to follow the rules of the National Telecommunications Agency (Anatel) and airspace utilization of the Department of Airspace Control (DECEA).

 

Global Market
The global market for drone services could reach US$127 billion by 2020, according to a PwC report in 2017, which points to agribusiness as one of the sectors responsible for popularizing drones, where 26 percent of aircraft are used in agriculture, behind only the infrastructure area (includes all possible uses in civil engineering) and which holds 41% of the use.

 

IBAS – International Brazil Air Show 2019
The first Brazilian event focused on the international aerospace industry and airport infrastructure, IBAS – International Brazil Air Show 2019, the main catalyst of the market, will be aimed at the investing public. Under the theme Connectivity and innovation for the strengthening of air transport in Latin America, IBAS 19 will bring together 3,000 more participants, companies, entities, governments and national and international experts to discuss this segment with a fundamental role for the economy and development of Brazil.

The event, held by Sator and organized by GRU Airport, has the Strategic Institutional Support of the Brazilian Air Force (FAB), Ministry of Infrastructure, National Civil Aviation Agency (ANAC) and the Brazilian Association of Airlines (ABEAR).

 

Service
IBAS – International Brazil Air Show 2019
Date:
 September 11, 12 and 13, 2019
Local: GRU AIRPORT | Terminal 3 Edifício Garagem | Airport, Guarulhos – SP, 07190-100
More informatio: www.ibas.aero
IBAS – International Brazil Air Show images can be accessed through the link: www.flickr.com/photos/internationalbrazilairshow/

PRESS REGISTRATION – IBAS – International Brazil Air Show: Journalists should apply for registration by e-mail: press@sators.com.br (Journalist Eliane Jerônimo Bueno). It is necessary to inform: name, position, vehicle and contacts (information of each professional).

 

About IBAS – International Brazil Air Show
The air transport sector makes a major contribution to a country’s economy by creating jobs, generating wealth and connecting people. This market needs to grow in a planned and integrated manner. And IBAS – International Brazil Air Show aims to bring together the aerospace chain, airport infrastructure and commercial and executive aviation suppliers to discuss these categories, thus developing improvements for the market.
In its 2nd Edition, IBAS – International Brazil Air Show is the first Brazilian event focused on the international aerospace industry and airport infrastructure, bringing together government, entities and companies.

About Sator
Sator was born in 2005 as an event production company, started to offer marketing and communication services for the events it organized, and more recently found itself as a business platform development organization, which consists of identifying, planning and develop opportunities through face-to-face meetings such as seminars, trade shows, business roundtables, online and printed media.

The company has extensive experience in organizing aviation events such as: Labace – Latin American Business Aviation Conference & Exhibition (2007 to 2009), ANAC Technical Curated National Civil Aviation Fair (2008 to 2010), Broa Fly-in (2006 to 2008), Road Show Chile (2012), Airport Infra Expo (2011 to 2018), Aviation Debate (2015) and IBAS – International Brazil Air Show (2017 and 2019). He is also responsible for the Connected Smart Cities (2015 to 2019), PPP Awards & Conference (2017 and 2019), Mobility Forum (2018), National Crime Fighting Forum (2018 and 2019), ABCR Festival – Brazilian Association of Pickups. Resources (2019) and Connected Smart Mobility (2019).


More information to press
Communication and Press Office of IBAS – International Brazil Air Show
Eliane Jerônimo Bueno (Mtb 50559)
+55 11 9 9234-4911
E-mail: imprensa@sators.com.br 

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