• International Drone Expo (map)
  • Los Angeles Convention Center
  • US

The IDE Drone Zone at Mobile World Congress Americas brings together the most innovative and talented members of the commercial drone community. This is the ideal opportunity to be part of the most influential and advanced expo in the mobile technology sector. 

The International Drone Expo’s Drone Zone is a dedicated pavilion in the NEXTech Hall within GSMA’s Mobile World Congress Americas, where companies will be showcasing their latest technology and services to over 30,000 attendees. In addition, a high-level drone conference will accompany the showcase. 

The IDE Drone Zone at MWC Americas will bring together some of the most prominent drone companies and users for interactive experiences. Currently, over 25% of global drone sales are to the telecom sector. See how drones and the telecom industry synergistically work together to influence and increase economic growth in a variety of business sectors. 

The growth of drone technology and usage is rapidly expanding on a world-wide basis. Commercial drones are changing the face of the Mobile Carrier Industry as well as a variety of vertical industries including, Transportation, Delivery, Agriculture, Infrastructure Inspection, Mining, Disaster Response, Cinema, and Surveying & Mapping. The IDE Drone Zone will be the go to spot on the show floor to experience how drones are being utilized in businesses today. 

The IDE Drone Zone Conference will be a high-level business conference bringing together the leading experts in the drone industry. Key topics will focus on the latest rules and regulations, in-depth challenges and solutions, case studies, as well as how drone technology can help facilitate business and improve bottom line performance. 

The IDE Drone Zone at Mobile World Congress Americas is the link for industries, engineers and practitioners to develop economic opportunities, regional advocacy, enhanced partnerships, and collaborations that are vital for the development and economic growth of international unmanned aerial robotics.