Entries by PISB

Chinese Drones a Threat to Critical Infrastructure?

The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) in the United States have published “Cybersecurity Guidance: Chinese-made drones for infrastructure needs.” The goal of the release is to raise awareness of the risks associated with Chinese drones and provide critical infrastructure and local and territorial partners (SLTT) with recommended […]

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Drones Over City – Debate In The European Parliament

On January 23, 2024, the European Parliament will host a debate on the use of drones in urban environments. Members of the Board of the Polish Chamber of Unmanned Systems will take an active part in the event. Drones currently play a key role in modern technologies, and their potential in urban environments is enormous. […]

DroneTech World Meeting – another edition is here

In July, we informed about the Scientific Conference as part of the 8th DroneTech World Meeting. The event was planned for October 11-13 this year. in Arena Toruń. Meanwhile, we’re done with it. An extensive summary can be found, for example, on the swiatdronow.pl website. DroneTech World Meeting is probably the most important event for […]

Visit to the largest air show in Germany

ILA Berlin 2022 Our representative visited Germany’s largest air show, ILA Berlin 2022, where various types of unmanned technologies were very much represented, including the now famous VELOCITY drone taxi. Among the exhibitors were many companies offering drones developed by their R&D departments. One such solution – a curiosity – was a drone powered by […]

PISB at the EUROSATORY 2022 fair

A representative of the Chamber participated in the second largest trade fair for the defense and security industry EUROSATORY 2022, which took place after a four-year break in Paris. We were particularly interested in all unmanned technologies. This year many companies presented mainly UAV systems, both for civilian and military use. There were 1800 exhibitors […]