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We take off with Bluenest powered by Globalvia at the World ATM Congress!

From June 21 to 23, a new edition of Expodrónica took place at the IFEMA fairgrounds in Madrid, organized within the framework of the World ATM Congress.

Undoubtedly the most important international event on air traffic management which each time manages to bring together the key players in this ecosystem, who have the opportunity to participate in different conferences, showcase their products and attract business opportunities through the networking.

How could it be otherwise, we have participated in this significant event with advanced air mobility in which we are firmly committed. Our colleagues from Openvia Air have been present during these three days to represent us and make our vertiport infrastructure management strategy and our connectivity and urban air mobility solutions known to all those who have passed by our stand.

Nuestro stand de BlueNest by Globalvia en Expodrónica

Our Bluenest by Globalvia stand at Expodrónica

A key opportunity to expose our unmanned passenger drone, which is always a claim, but even better to present the evolution of the Openvia Air brand to Bluenest by Globalvia.

A new brand that aims to reinforce our leadership in infrastructures through a new element: vertiports. Bluenest by Globalvia transmits a clear message, reinforced with our Globalvia brand, to position itself as a key player in air mobility by developing the “nests” of the future.

José Luis Martínez Almeida, visiting our stand and learning about our urban air mobility strategy.

José Luis Martínez Almeida, the mayor of Madrid, visiting our stand and learning about our urban air mobility strategy

Aditionally, on Tuesday 21, our colleague Gema Ferrero, Managing Director of BlueNest by Globalvia, has participated in a round table under the theme “A Roadmap to the Skies of 2045”, which she has shared with other experts in the field, such as Raj Pai of NASA or Michelle Bishop of CANSO-, and during which the panelists exchanged their opinions and visions on the evolution and development of a safe, ecological, intelligent and interoperable global airspace for 2045, which will be possible thanks to the use of technological advances to drive mobility and global prosperity.

Gema has participated in two more panels, on Wednesday 22 in How can we make drone delivery take off?where she has been able to expose the use cases of logistics drones and on Thursday 23 in “Women behind the drone revolution” aimed at valuing female talent in this sector.


Bluenest by Globalvia – Landing on a brand new world!