Prof. Dr. Uwe Meinberg CURPAS e.V.

Prof. Dr. Uwe Meinberg

Prof. Dr. Uwe Meinberg was appointed Full Professor of Industrial Information Technology at the Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus in 2002. Until 2011 he was head of the Fraunhofer Application Center "Logistics System Planning and Information Systems (ALI)", Cottbus. In 2015 he applied for the innovation forum CURPAS Civil Use of Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems. Based on the innovation forum, the association CURPAS was founded in 2016. Prof. Dr. Uwe Meinberg has been the chairman of the board of CURPAS from the beginning. Memberships Excerpt: Since 2018 member of the board of directors of the UVSI, 2018 Prof. Meinberg was elected co-chair of the AG digitization and development perspectives at the proposal of the BMVI, head of the department of application and technology at the UAVDach ....


Dr. rer. nat. Peter Eulenhöfer

Dr. rer. nat. Peter Eulenhöfer holds a diploma in computer science (TU Berlin) and works since 1999 in the office for economic development in Brandenburg. At Brandenburg Invest he is Head of the Division Labor, Energy, Start-ups & Internationalisation. Furthermore he is honorary chairman of the Technology Foundation Brandenburg.


Peter van Blyenburgh UVSI

Mr. Peter van Blyenburgh, a Dutch national residing in Paris, France, was born in The Netherlands (’48), educated in Canada, theNetherlands Antilles and The
Netherlands, studied in Switzerland (Business Administration) and has held various management positions with a number of industrial and service supplying corporations in the USA, Europe and the Middle East. Mr. van Blyenburgh has been involved with unmanned systems since 1987 and has supplied advisory services in this field to corporate and/or governmental entities in Europe, the Middle & Far East and North America. In 1995 he instigated, and in 1997 founded, EURO UVS, which changed its name to UVS International inJanuary 2004.


Raimund Kamp Bundesministerium für Verkehr und digitale Infrastruktur

Raimund Kamp has been with the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure (BMVI) since 2003, most of it in the Aviation Department. From 2010 to 2015 he was traffic adviser at the German Embassy Abu Dhabi. Since 2015, he has been deputy head of the "Safety" unit, which also deals with unmanned aviation. Current focus are the drafts of the future European law in the field of Unmanned Aeronautics. He is also moderator of Working Group 2 of the BMVI Advisory Board on Unmanned Aeronautics.


Jan-Hendrik Jochum Deutsche Telekom AG

Jan-Hendrik Jochum Deutsche Telekom AG

Mr. Jochum is an expert on spectrum policy at Deutsche Telekom AG (DT), where he is responsible for frequency management and projects. He manages all types of airspace connection projects from a regulatory perspective within DT. Mr. Jochum joined DT in 2009 and has been working in the regulatory area since 2014. Before joining DT, he worked as a management consultant in various projects in Europe.


Val Komissarov Skolkovo Foundation

Val Komissarov Skolkovo Foundation

Brad Beach Director, UAS Denmark Test Center

Brad Beach Director, UAS Denmark Test Center

Mr. Brad Beach is the Director of UAS Denmark Test center located at Hans Christian Andersen Airport. The Test Center is focused on providing public and private companies and research institutions an opportunity to conduct visual and beyond visual line of sight UAS operations in controlled urban, rural, and maritime environments. He is currently working on the Innovation Fund Denmark project "Free the Drones" to enable commercial BVLOS flights in Denmark. He is also leading a Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science Infrastructure funded project to provide UAS scientific payload platforms for data collection and provide facilities for UAS platform research, development and test.
Brad is also the Director of the University of Southern Denmark UAS Center under the Faculty of Engineering and the Maersk McKinney Moller Institute. He has over 35+ years of aviation experience as a private, commercial, military, and drone pilot. As the former U.S. Marine Corps UAS program and requirements officer, he has worked on the RQ-11 Raven, RQ-12 WASP, RQ-20 Puma, RQ-7B Shadow, Kaman K-Max, and RQ-21 Integrator programs.


Thomas Schommler YUNEEC Europe GmbH

Thomas Schommler Yuneec

Founded 18 years ago in Hong Kong
Over 750 employees at 5 locations (including headquarters in Hong Kong, European branch in Kaltenkirchen near Hamburg, software development in Zurich)
Start of global marketing under the YUNEEC brand name since 2014
Production of drones for smart hobby, consumer and commercial applications


Cordula Schröder Lausitz Energie Bergbau AG (LEAG)

LEAG is the joint brand of Lausitz Energie Bergbau AG and Lausitz Energie Kraftwerke AG.

Lausitz Energie Bergbau AG is responsible for lignite extraction in the four Lusatian opencast mines and for refining the raw material in the Schwarze Pumpe Industrial Park. Lausitz Energie Kraftwerke AG is responsible for the power plant park. In addition to the Lusatian lignite-fired power plants, this also includes one of the two power plant units at the Lippendorf site near Leipzig.

‘We supply energy - reliable in all weather conditions, flexible and affordable. This is what our approximately 8,000 employees work for. They make LEAG to the largest East German energy company and one of the most important private sector employers in the region. Nowadays, lignite is responsible for about a quarter of Germany's electricity generation. Our opencast mines produce around 60 million tons of this domestic raw material every year. Our power plants in Brandenburg and Saxony produce almost every tenth kilowatt hour of electricity consumed in Germany.’


Jörg Nolte Ersa GmbH

Jörg Nolte Ersa GmbH

Ersa - Electronics Production Equipment - As the largest manufacturer of soldering systems, we provide connections in the electronics industry worldwide. Ersa is one of the largest suppliers in the field of soft soldering and offers the most comprehensive range of services under one company roof. We have set ourselves the goal of adapting our products, production processes and complete solutions to the constantly changing requirements in connection technology. Ersa is doing everything in its power to further strengthen and expand its technologies and innovative strength, especially in view of the increasing digitization and automation in times of the Internet of Things.


Andreas Ploier Drone Rescue Systems GmbH


Andreas Dunsch FlyNex

Andreas Dunsch FlyNex

FlyNex offers cloud-based software that maps the processes of planning, flying and analysis for advancements and at the same time enables collaboration within the company or across company boundaries. Thus, a standardized, scalable use of unmanned aerospace systems without extensive previous knowledge is possible.
is made possible. The software is adapted to the needs of customers based on a Software as a Service (SaaS) subscription. With Map2Fly, FlyNex GmbH has developed a map service for drones that is leading in use and data depth in Germany.


Uli Barth www.lech-tec.de und Infotecs GmbH

Two companies have one goal: data security in the UAS area
About Infotecs
As a leading international IT security provider and experienced specialist in software-based VPN solutions, Infotecs has been developing the Peer-to-Peer ViPNet technology since 1991 in order to offer more security, flexibility and efficiency than other security products on the market. ViPNet Security and Threat Intelligence Platform provides complete security for all levels of the enterprise in a single cost-effective solution. ViPNet is the only technology that supports true point-to-point security and is therefore considered highly secure.
About Lech-tec
The owner-managed, self-financed medium-sized company and its efficient partners cover the entire field of construction and integration as well as safe operation within the scope of flight services in the field of (flight-)drone-based remote sensing as well as new and exciting applications for drones, training, detection and defence of drones.


Christoph Dreßler BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg Lehrstuhl IIT

Christoph Dreßler

Christoph André Dreßler (M.Sc.) is an academic assistant at the Chair of Industrial Information Systems at the Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus-Senftenberg. Since 2013, his research focus has been on the analysis and redesign of processes in various areas, such as fire brigade and logistics. The focus of the research activities is the integration of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) into existing processes.


Yang Jincai

Mr. Yang Jincai has over 30 years of experience in security shows. He Is a visiting professor, visiting professor of Beihang University, special expert of the Police Standardization Administration of the Ministry of Public Security and distinguished expert of Shenzhen government. Founded CPSE Security Expo in 1989, founded China Public Security magazine in 1993, served as president and editor-in-chief, established Shenzhen Security Association in 1995, and was elected at the inaugural meeting of the International Aviation Security Association held in the Philippines in 2010 As the first chairman (2010-2013); founded China UAV Industry Alliance (with 120 members from 16 provinces and cities nationwide) in 2014; founded the first UAV industry organization in China in 2015-Shenzhen UAV Industry associations, members covering the entire UAV industry chain. Successively held professional UAV exhibitions, summit forums, study tours, seminars and other industry events, as well as the release of the eight UAV industry standards.


Jakub Ryzenko Centrum Informacji Kryzysowey

Jakub Ryzenko

Jakub Ryzenko is an expert in space policy, use of modern technologies for security and in particular use of satellite applications and drones for crisis management.

In 2004-2008 he was the Head of the Polish Space Office. Since then he has been actively involved in promotion of space applications in Poland. He was a space policy advisor to the Ministry of Economy and an expert of the Polish EU Presidency in the field of use of modern technologies and satellite applications for civil security. In 2011-2013 he was involved in the accession of Poland to the European Space Agency. He regularly acts as a space policy advisor for different governmental institutions.

Since 2011 he heads the Crisis Information Centre SRC. He has initiated several projects aimed at operational use of satellite technologies for rescue services and crisis management. He has also coordinated demonstration and evaluation of modern technologies during several crisis management and rescue-related table-top and field exercises, including such topics as use of geoinformation, satellite applications and UAVs.


Mar­tin Sper­ber TÜV Rhein­land In­dus­trie Ser­vice GmbH

Martin Sperber TÜV Rheinland Industrie Service GmbH

TÜV Rheinland is one of the world's leading independent testing service providers. The independent experts stand for quality and safety of people, technology and environment in almost all economic and living areas. TÜV Rheinland tests technical systems, products and services, supports projects, processes and information security for companies. Website: www.tuv.com

Martin Sperber holds a degree in aerospace engineering and has been with TÜV Rheinland since 1988. As Head of Key Account Management Aviation/Airports, he and his team develop inspection services with UAVs as well as technical testing requirements for UAVs for CE conformity testing. Furthermore, he is chairman of the "UAS standardization committee" of DIN, as well as a member of Working Group 1 of the BMVI Advisory Board on Unmanned Aeronautics.


Ronny Schwarz Securitas Fire Control + Service GmbH & Co. KG

Securitas is part of the Securitas AB Group, based in Stockholm - one of the largest security groups. It has agencies in over 53 countries and a total of 330,000 employees.
Mr Ronny Schwarz is Area Manager at Securitas Fire Control + Service GmbH & Co. KG, the strategic business unit Fire & Safety within Securitas, based in Berlin.
He is responsible for the plant fire brigade in the Bitterfeld-Wolfen Chemical Park and another 11 plant fire brigades. 
Ronny Schwarz holds a decisive role in the use and further development of the Securitas fire brigade drone in the area of operation of the plant fire brigade. With new innovations, he is constantly developing the business field of the fire brigade.


Jens Serbser DLRG Brandenburg

Jens Serbser DLRG Brandenburg

Mr. Jens Serbser has been working on a voluntary basis in the DLRG (Deutsche Lebens-Rettungs-Gesellschaft e.V.) since 1990. For more than 15 years he has been working on a voluntary basis as head of the DLRG Landesverband Brandenburg e.V.. As head of the water rescue service and the medical service, he is also responsible for the implementation and organisation of major events (Baumblüte Werder Havel / Schlösser Nacht Potsdam / RBB Half Marathon / ..). He is also in charge of a water hazard train in the Prignitz / Torgau and Meißen in 2002 and 2013.
Based on this experience, the DLRG LV Brandenburg has launched the project "Drone/UAV" for use in the DLRG. At the beginning of the year, the regional association has a MULTIROTOR G4 Surveying-Robot and brings it into operation in the various areas of the BOS.


Henning Zacharias Ingenieurbüro Zacharias

Henning Zacharias Ingenieurbüro Zacharias

We inspect where others can't go!
With our many years of experience as an expert office with TÜV- and DEKRA-certified experts for building damage and mould damage, we are at your disposal. Your buildings are important to us!
By using modern drones, we can inspect your buildings on roofs, facades and inaccessible places.
The use of drones is ideal for

  • rooftops
  • high facades
  • industrial installations
  • pipelines
  • traffic routes
  • fire brigades
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Uwe Brodtmann, CEO Solutiance AG, Geschäftsführer Solutiance Services GmbH

Uwe Brodtmann, CEO Solutiance AG, Geschäftsführer Solutiance Services GmbH

After completing an apprenticeship as a banker, he studied at WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management in Vallendar. During his study he attends the EM Lyon Business School and the Manchester Business School. In 1988 he was graduating in business administration.

Mister Brodtmann was 4 ½ years in management functions in the sales department of the Debeka Insurance Group and he was head of a national office with 180 employees. In 1993 he joined Progeo GmbH as commercial managing partner, which he contributed to Progeo Holding AG, now Solutiance AG, in the course of an IPO in 1997. In 1999, together with partners, he founded ovivo AG, as CEO he was able to win two well-known investors: the Burda Media Group and the Klingel mail order group. In the course of the dot com crisis in 2001, the ovivo brand was sold and the company was subsequently liquidated. From 2001 - 2005 he was a member of the management of 3W Membership Marketing GmbH (now: Mehrwerk GmbH), a company for customer loyalty and value-added services. With the founding of Provalor GmbH in 2005 with a business idea for a web-based service checkbook for cars, the cooperation with Hasso Plattner Ventures in the field of digitization in the automotive industry began, which led to the assumption of the role of CEO of Inchron GmbH. In 2013, he assumed the role of CEO at Automotive Process Institute GmbH in Leipzig with 100 employees and sales and development subsidiaries in Budapest, Zurich and Paris. The experiences in the field of digitization of the automotive industry and methods for agile software development resulted in the offer of the Supervisory Board of Solutiance AG in 2015. He has again taken on the role of commercial director in order to reposition the company in the area of digitization of the real estate industry.

Uwe Brodtmann likes to spend his free time playing sports, reading books or eating with friends and family. He is a member of the Association of Berlin Merchants and Industrialists and In Praxi e.V., the alumni organization of WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management.

 


Dr. Hans-Peter Thamm Geo-Technic

As a trained physical geographer, Dr. Hans-Peter Thamm has 30 years of experience in remote sensing and geoinformatics.

His scientific career led to a professorship in remote sensing, geoinformatics and cartography at the FU Berlin. Since 2004 he has been working with UAV and in 2005 he founded Geo-Technic. It designs UAS ("Unmanned Aerial Systems") and finds integrated solutions for space-related questions. As one of the early users, he has also been working with UAS in agriculture since 2005. He left the university in 2015 to devote his full-time job to the topic of UAS and to close the large gap between the state of the art of science and practice.

In addition to setting up Aerolution, which became Germandrones GmbH in 2016, he managed numerous projects with UAS for agriculture, also in Africa, Asia and Australia. In addition to "proof of concept", the focus was on setting up process chains for regular use and creating business models. Since autumn 2017 he has again been full-time CEO of Geo-Technic. For the VDI and other organizations, he also conducts seminars and other training measures for the use of drones in agriculture.