RAI Amsterdam will host Amsterdam Drone Week and the EASA High Level Conference on Drones for the fifth time. During the anniversary edition, there will be a lot of attention for how drones connect cities and regions, a selection of experts will shed light on the latest developments and various use cases, and the special Dutch Drone Day will also be part of the event.

Innovative Air Mobility will not only connect more remote communities with the economic opportunities within cities. It will also enhance transport options and services such as inspection, emergency and security by drones, saving time and investment in infrastructure and people. During Amsterdam Drone Week Hybrid the global Urban Air Mobility ecosystem gathers to co-create and co-operate to take the necessary steps ahead. 


During the first two days of ADW Hybrid, the EASA High Level Conference on Drones will take place simultaneously. This year the central theme is ‘Back to the future of safe UAS operations’. The last day of ADW Hybrid (March 23) is entirely dedicated to the Dutch UAM community during the Dutch Drone Day organized by the Ministry of Transport, Public Works and Water Management.


  • As a new component this year, there will be a dedicated Cities and Regions Area where Amsterdam, Paris and Japan will show their advanced UAM plans to the world. 
  • Paris is preparing for the best ways of mobility and that goes beyond ground infrastructure. The focus will be flying medical, cargo and passenger transport during the 2024 Olympic Games. Pilot testing has already begun and the goal will be to establish two flight paths to fly in the densely populated city during the international event.
  • Japan will start flying unmanned drones at the end of this year after a successful testing period. No pilots are involved while these drones fly freely over people in urban areas. The Japanese government is now preparing for flying cars at the Osaka Expo in 2025.

For the first time in ADW’s five-year existence, a reduced rate applies to Authorities and Governmental bodies: Request your reduced tickets at: www.amsterdamdroneweek.com/tickets.

From 29-31 March 2022 ADW will bring the UAM community together in Amsterdam again to share knowledge on current air solutions, potential innovations and vital regulations. During ADW Hybrid the UAM community gathers in Amsterdam to share knowledge on current air solutions, potential innovations and vital regulations. For the first time Amsterdam Drone Week will be a hybrid event, meaning live and online accessible. Matchmaking will also be accessible live and online.

The programme is packed with interesting sessions! Below you’ll find the information on the AiRMOUR partners presenting at the event.

Please notice that the programme is subject to change, and will be updated continuously up to the conference. See the most recent information on the event pages.

ADW Hybrid: Wednesday 30 March

13.30-15.00 Technical Director Gokul Srinivasan (Robots.expert) presenting at ‘Security & Counterdrone’ session

15.30-17.00 AiRMOUR will be presented at ‘Integrating the EU Funded Projects on UAM’ session moderated by Vassilis Agouridas (Co-Moderator / AIRBUS Urban Mobility / EU UAM Initiative (UIC2)/ ASD Europe), with Arthur Dallau (Flying Forward 2020), Miguel Marti Vidal (CINEA, European Commission), Sandra Maria Monteiro de Melo (CEiiA) and Silvio Semanjski (SEAL Aeronautica).

ADW Hybrid: Thursday 31 March

9.30-10.30 Technical Director Gokul Srinivasan (Robots.expert) presenting at ‘Autonomous Drone Networks’ session

11.15-12.45 SVP Jonas Stjernberg (Robots.expert) presenting at ‘Infrastructure & Transportation 2 (Rail & Airport)’ session

12.00-12.30 Technical Director Gokul Srinivasan (Robots.expert) presenting at ‘BVLOS’ session

A large group of AiRMOUR team members will join the event, so feel free to get in touch with us!