Preparing the world for
a future with drones

BetaDen Cohort 3.0 Showcase

We have been incredibly fortunate to be members of the BetaDen Cohort 3.0 Technology Accelerator. We’ve loved every step of our journey with the amazing support offered by Linda Smith and the fantastic BetaDen team, the brilliantly insightful mentors and our fellow cohort members & inspirational entrepreneurs.

Now that we have completed the nine month technology accelerator programme BetaDen extend a warm invitation to join Cohort 3.0 on Thursday 18th March at 12:00pm for our showcase.

The live stream will showcase innovation in action as seven minute pitch decks for all eight entrepreneurs. Promoting future global emerging technology products and solutions for industry supply chains – followed by a live and interactive Q&A at the end of the presentations.

Book your place here:

Emily Bratt joins the panel: LIVE Webinar – Women in Drones

DronePrep Innovation Lead & Community Manager Emily Bratt will be joining Hayley Smith of COPTRZ, Caroline Earnshaw, Networx3, Ana Gamarra, Raptor UAS, Annabelle Randall, Arcadis, Caroline Bailey, Picterra, Naomi Horner, Coptrz Academy & Rebecca Jones, Iprosurv Ltd this Thursday 4 March @ 5pm.

These people are having a huge impact on the future of the drone industry!

They will be discussing their experiences in a male-dominated industry, their achievements, and predictions of where the drone industry is heading PLUS advice for women looking to get into the drone industry.

To register for COPTRZ first ever Women in Drones live webinar event: save your seat here.

Geospatial World 50 Rising Stars 2021

The Geospatial World 50 Rising Stars is an initiative by Geospatial Media and Communications to highlight the outstanding accomplishments of young individuals who are proactive and passionate about the value of geospatial technology to the economy and society. Selected from a list of over 250 high-quality nominations from the community, the Geospatial World board of editors agreed that these 50 candidates stand out at the top of their class and are well on their way to redefining the next generation geospatial leadership.

DronePrep Co-Founder and CTO Claire Owen has been included in this years Geospatial World 50 Rising Stars list –