Our memberships in the field of engineering, interest representatives in drones, aviation business or wind industry in Europe.
IG Windkraft is the Austrian representative for wind energy operators, manufacturers and promoters. Members are wind energy producers with more than 90 percent of the wind power installed in Austria. Also well-known plant manufacturers and many companies from the service and supply industry belong to the members.
WAB is the voice of Germany´s Offshore Wind Industry and the Wind Energy Network in the Northwest Region. It represents businesses and institutes active in all value-creation stages of the onshore and offshore wind energy sector.
Since its founding in 1996, the German Wind Energy Association (Bundesverband WindEnergie e.V. or BWE) has now over 20,000 members. Therefore, it is one of the world’s largest associations in the renewables sector. For years, the BWE has been increasingly successful in efficiently expanding wind power in Germany for the long term.
WindEurope is the voice of the wind industry, promoting wind power in Europe and worldwide. It has over 450 members, active in over 40 countries. WindEurope actively coordinates international policy, communications, research and analysis.
The Association for Unmanned Aeronautics UAV DACH e.V. sees itself as a national and European contact for the integration of unmanned aerial systems (UAS) into the civil airspace of Europe. UAV DACH bundles the individual positions of the members (researchers, developers, manufacturers, users, users, service providers, associations) regarding the general public, politics and other associations.
Drone Industry Insights is the leading source for business intelligence in the field of commercial drones. Democratizing drone market intelligence, current trends and future potential is at the core service of Droneii. See Aero Enterprise on the Droneii Drone Industry Market Environement map 2019.
The Federal Association for Unmanned Systems e.V., in short BUVUS, is an advocacy group in Germany. It provides for the application of unmanned systems and their progress in all its dimensions. The aim of BUVUS is to promote the transfer of knowledge. Further it’s aim is to strengthen a network and to promote science and technology for the benefit of all through an constant dialogue.