Drones are here to stay. As we speak, the drone economy is being built globally, at an accelerating pace. With the help of regulation and advances of technology, it is becoming a true global business.


A worldwide drone economy is developing and growing faster and faster. Regulations and technical progress are turning it into a global business. Agoria has compiled a business guide for drones. The guide is similar to a Yellow Pages for drones in Belgium and is designed as the next step in the PwC and Agoria study.



Companies and other stakeholders can present their products and know-how, based on 57 subcategories. We are proud to have gathered together more than 160 drone businesspeople, and expect this number to increase.

The key message is for us to unite, collaborate and innovate,together positioning Belgium as a leader in the global drone economy! There is evidence of our potential and knowhow, yet we are not alone and should not become complacent as competition is accelerating.

The guide is set up to give more visibility to all identified actors, both established and new, active in the drone economy in Belgium. It should support them in the development of their business in Belgium and abroad. Based on a topology defining 57 subclasses, companies and actors can list their offerings and knowhow. We are pleased to have more than 160 contributors, and we expect it to further grow.

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Belgium is blessed with vast and unique assets as highlighted in the recent study made by Agoria and PwC: "A drone's eye view" .