- Absolutely. Cheap & Easy: 35.7%
- Yes, but more selective: 35.7%
- No, Taking a pass: 28.6%
While some people will be taking a pass this year until they can meet and greet in person, the vast majority will be going to at least some of the events.
Virtual drone shows do limit the element of serendipity – running into just the right contact while you’re in line at Starbucks is definitely a plus. Given the reduced prices and the reduced need for travel, however, it’s possible that many shows will attract an even more international audience – and the breadth of connections may be even wider. Attendees willing to put in the effort to join the discussions may find that this year’s shows offer a whole new set of benefits.
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