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  • Writer's pictureTyesha Ferron

You Should Attend the World of Drones and Robotics Congress

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The World of Drones and Robotics Congress (WoDaRC) is yet another conference featuring the latest drone and UAV innovations with the bonus of including robotics. Drones and robotics go hand in hand. They are both realms where innovative technology is flourishing for various industries and lining our steps into the future. Explore the latest innovations in these areas by attending the World of Drones and Robotics Congress. Conferences are a great place for discussions, networking, and learning what’s up and coming in your industry.

Past Conferences

The first-ever World of Drones Congress was held in 2017 at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre from August 31st to September 2nd. The conference drew over 630 delegates from the Asia Pacific and beyond and featured an Expo with over 30 exhibitors from Australia, China, and Japan. At this conference, the Premier of Queensland launched Australia’s first state-wide Drones Strategy. Notably, the event also included the first Australian National Drone Safety Forum.

In 2020, WoDaRC held its 4th annual conference. Like many other events that year, it was a hybrid experience, offering physical and virtual aspects. WoDaRC 2020 featured virtual conference sessions and trade exhibitions broadcast to a global audience from the physical congress and exhibition in Brisbane.

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WoDaRC 2021

2021 marks the fifth year of the World of Drones and Robotics Congress. WoDaRC 2021 will be held from Monday, November 15th - Tuesday, November 16th, 2021. It will be hosted in the Boulevard Auditorium within the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre but will continue the trend of hybrid conference experiences. Participants can attend in person or register for “a high-quality digital experience.”


WoDaRC 2021 will feature over 60 speakers, including Dr. Catherine Ball, Associate Professor in Engineering at the Australian National University. The conference will also feature physical and virtual exhibitors. Both exhibitors’ lists are extensive. Participants include Skydio, Civil Aviation Safety Authority, Alphaswift, Flyfreely, Dronedeploy, Altitude Angel, and many more.


If you’d like to attend WoDaRC 2021, register using the code D25PC for 25% off. There are physical and virtual delegate registration options. Registration has Full, Day, and Half Day options, and there’s a student discount. For those who cannot attend, there is also a post-congress virtual on-demand option.

Full registration includes perks such as access to all conference sessions, exhibition and conference materials, the Tech Expo, and on-demand post-event access to the conference sessions. Physical attendees will receive refreshments and lunch, a WoDaRC lanyard, a personalized name badge, and face-to-face interaction with peers and exhibitors. Virtual attendees will have online access to the Virtual Tech Expo and the meeting hub. Attendees who choose the other options will receive similar benefits but only for their allocated day and registered sessions.

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Tyesha Ferron is a writer based in Atlanta, Georgia. Specializing in digital content, Tyesha loves exploring the new ways technology intersects with culture and how drones make things more efficient and accessible for artists, hobbyists, and industry professionals. As a novice drone enthusiast, she continues to be impressed by what the drone community and industry can accomplish.

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