Earlymarket has partnered with Vertical Flight Expo to create the new Innovation Launchpad which will showcase the development of vertical flight technologies including helicopters, UAVs, eVTOLs, VTOLs and advanced drone hardware and software. The Vertical Flight Expo will be held at Farnborough International from 5-7 November.
Vertical Flight Expo, previously known as Helitech International, aims to showcase the development in the industry to encompass all forms of vertical flight, from conventional rotorcraft to new unmanned VTOL aircraft.
The Innovation Launchpad partnership was created through the shared passion to promote emerging vertical flight technologies. Earlymarket has a history of involvement in aviation both as a supporter and an investor, incubating several aviation start-ups in its portfolio.
Start-ups who join the Innovation Launchpad by Earlymarket will gain global exposure to the industry, position their business among the leaders of vertical flight, gain exposure to investors, and network with key stakeholders.
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