In almost all parts of the world the FPV hobby is tightly linked with HAM (Radio Amateur) licensing.
If you do not know what FPV is, please visit the FPV Info page.
Operating high powered analog transmission devices require a radio amateur license. Most countries will not allow license free operation of analog transmitting devices over 5 or 10mW.
For that reason most FPV pilots will require to have a HAM (radio amateur) license to fly their FPV airplanes legally.
However, most FPV pilots who are licensed radio amateurs very often forget about the other hobby they signed up when they obtained their radio amateur license.
Being a radio amateur is fun, and this hobby can offer just as much joy as the FPV. This is just as - or even more expensive hobby as the FPV, but often talking to the other sice of the world has its merits.
The winter months are long in several places around the world - allowing the FPV pilot to prepare for the next year by building their new airplane creations, helicopters, multicopters, for FPV platforms.
The FPV-HAM conference will allow the licensed FPV pilot to connect, talk, share ideas and ask for help from other FPV pilots from around the world.