2nd Annual Monterey Bay DART Symposium

The 2nd Annual Monterey Bay Drone, Automation & Robotics Technology (DART) Symposium will be held at California State University Monterey Bay, University Center for two days of compelling talks, workshops, networking and inspiration. This world-class event will build on the momentum generated at the first Symposium, and highlight cutting edge technologies being used and developed to address some of our greatest challenges. The Symposium will feature leading edge innovators, university researchers, entrepreneurs, investors and growth companies active in and around the Monterey Bay region developing and deploying solutions in human mobility, public safety, homeland security, national defense, agriculture and natural resource management, marine science and conservation. Register today for Early-bird pricing.

Eventbrite - Monterey Bay DART Demo Day and Symposium  - June 25 & 26, 2020

Fill out the form below to submit interest in presenting on one of the listed focus tracks or being a vendor:

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  • what symposium topic or area is of most interest?
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DART Meetup – Sensors, Data & Application for Agriculture & Natural Resources

We’ll be having a DART meetup on March 19, 2020! The topic is Sensors, Data & Applications for Agriculture & Natural Resources Management.

We will have presentations by representatives from Micasense, who’s mission is to help agriculture specialists and companies make informed decisions.

Whether you’re providing advice for dozens of farms across half a continent or trying to keep your own crops as healthy and predictable as possible, we can help.

We’re experts at agricultural drone sensors and data analysis, and we’re dedicated not only to offering the tools for precision farming but the practical know-how too. We’re here to be your partners, to listen to what you need, and to develop solutions that can help make your life—and your work—easier.

We will also have a presentations from the Monterey County Mosquito Abatement District, who are actively using drones to manage mosquito populations throughout the district.