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New Popular Facebook Group – Autelians of Canada: Prepares to Unite Autel Pilots

New Popular Facebook Group – Autelians of Canada: Prepares to Unite Autel Pilots

With the recent success in Autel Products, a budding facebook group called Autelians of Canada; has taken the reigns on leading industry incites on Autel Products. We had the opportunity to catch up with one of the admins at Autelians of Canada; and they advised the group was created to provide further support and help…

Transport Canada Releases Self-Study Module to Satisfy 24 Month RPAS Recency Requirement

Transport Canada Releases Self-Study Module to Satisfy 24 Month RPAS Recency Requirement

Since Canada’s new drone rules came into force 2 years ago, over 50,000 pilot certificates have been issued, all with a requirement to maintain recency within 24 months of issuance. We can tell you that our Canadian readers have definitely been asking how to complete recency requirements for the Basic and Advanced Pilot certificates. Anyone…

UC20 REMOTE – NOV 3rd -6th

UC20 REMOTE – NOV 3rd -6th

We couldn’t have asked for a better duo of keynote speakers to give you the scoop on the Canadian and U.S. governments’ take on the RPAS/unmanned sector and where it’s headed. You’ll hear from the Former Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Administrator, Michael Heurta, and The Honourable Marc Garneau, Canadian Minister of Transport at #UC20Remote, Canada’s…

Statistics on Canadian Drone Pilots

Statistics on Canadian Drone Pilots

The latest Drone Pilot Numbers from Transport Canada  Number of drones registered: 52,963 Number of Basic Pilot Certificates issued: 45,641 Number of Advanced Pilot Certificates issued: 4,429 *Statistics current to October 29, 2020.

Government of Canada and Industry Partners Contribute Almost $17 Million to the Futureplex of Innovation and Collaboration

Government of Canada and Industry Partners Contribute Almost $17 Million to the Futureplex of Innovation and Collaboration

Posted in Blog, News, Press Releases Oct 13, 2020 Government of Canada and Industry Partners Contribute Almost $17 Million to the Futureplex of Innovation and Collaboration Ottawa, Ontario – October 13, 2020: Invest Ottawa, lead economic development agency for knowledge-based industries in Canada’s Capital, today announced: The launch of Area X.O, the futureplex of innovation and collaboration. Evolving from…

Can drone technology make aviation safer?

Can drone technology make aviation safer?

Posted on September 25, 2019 by Tania Moffat There is no doubt that technology is impacting several aspects of the aviation industry. From the use of biometrics and blockchains to artificial intelligence and drones, new technology is a hotly debated subject. A Sugu Canada drone conducts a maintenance inspection. The company has tailor-made drone solutions…

Can drone technology make aviation safer?

Can drone technology make aviation safer?

There is no doubt that technology is impacting several aspects of the aviation industry. From the use of biometrics and blockchains to artificial intelligence and drones, new technology is a hotly debated subject. The use of drones to increase the efficiency and safety of aircraft inspections, however, is gaining ground the world over. Currently, Markham,…

Unmanned Systems Canada: Scholarship

Unmanned Systems Canada: Scholarship

Source: https://www.unmannedsystems.ca In December 2006, a young, gifted unmanned vehicles engineer working with CDL Systems named Mark Cuss passed away after a courageous 22-month battle with cancer.  At the time of his death, Mark was only 27 years old. However, during his short time, Mark made significant accomplishments both in his personal life and in his professional life. We…

The drone delivery arm of Google now has an app for air traffic control, and you can download it

The drone delivery arm of Google now has an app for air traffic control, and you can download it

Author: Sally French Source: https://thedronegirl.com There’s a new drone app ready for you to download on your phone — and it’s made by Google. Wing, which is primarily viewed as the drone delivery arm of Alphabet (the company formerly known as Google), this week released its OpenSky app for Apple iOS and Android devices. But…

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