DJI Airworks 2020 goes virtual and will be less expensive


As with many other conventions, conferences, expos, and symposiums, DJI Airworks 2020 goes virtual as well and at the same time dramatically lowers its price of admission.

DJI Airworks 2020 goes virtual

DJI Airworks 2020 has been converted into a virtual event or webinar as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.

AirWorks is moving online!

Join DJI virtually from August 25 – 28, 2020 for the 5th Annual AirWorks Conference. Learn more about this change here.

About the Conference

Through the annual AirWorks conference, DJI drives the commercial drone industry forward.

AirWorks is a hub for innovation and growth, enabling participants in this ecosystem to exchange ideas, gain more control of drone technology, and steer the future development of the industry.

Join hundreds of commercial drone professionals, technology experts, and policymakers at the annual DJI AirWorks conference, where you can be a part of the leading discussion on the future of drone technology, share your growth stories, and exemplify the impact of drone technology on your business.

Tickets will be available as of next week and pricing is very reasonable considering that this is an online-only event. The flash sale price that starts on June 8th is $35, the early bird price is $45 and the normal price is $99.

Airworks is one of the other annual events that you do not want to miss so be sure to attend this one online.

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