The Biggest Name in Drone Racing is Collaborating on Commerc…

Aeon Unmanned

The largest identify in drone racing has introduced a collaboration with Aeon Unmanned to assist Part 107 coaching.

The International Drone Racing Association (IDRA) will associate with Aeon Unmanned to assist the Colorado firm’s Part 107 Academy, a one-week coaching program for industrial drone operators.

It’s not a pairing that springs to thoughts for both drone racers or industrial operators, however the partnership “fits perfectly into IDRA’s mission to grow the motorsport and international drone community,” says the Association. “As IDRA helps introduce more people to the drone industry, we also gain the opportunity to create future fans of drone racing,” says the announcement. “It is highly important that companies like IDRA and Aeon Unmanned, discover ways to mutually work together to expand the customer base.”  It is sensible – drone racers are extremely expert flyers which will wish to transition to a industrial profession.  Commercial pilots are extremely expert flyers which will wish to race on the aspect.

The collaboration additionally provides the Association a possibility to let industrial and leisure operators learn about their choices in drone insurance coverage for all flyers.  IDRA affords main legal responsibility insurance coverage with worldwide protection, an alternative choice to insurance policies from main insurance coverage companies or secondary insurance policies. “As IDRA continues to grow the international drone community, we will protect it,” says the Association.

“Aeon Unmanned is extremely professional and enforces a high standard for its students,” mentioned Justin Haggerty, President and CEO of IDRA. “It is our pleasure at IDRA to partner with the company’s Part 107 Academy, helping strengthen the program’s ability to admit more pilots into the profession. As leaders in the drone industry, it is our great responsibility to be its bannermen and promote the opportunities that lie within. Not only can drones be extremely thrilling to race, but they can also be very profitable for a business.”

“There are many opportunities for UAV pilots to make money and expand the profession. Someone who knows how to race drones is going to be at the forefront of pioneering new commercial uses for UAVs. We are very excited here to partner with IDRA and give racing pilots the opportunity to capitalize on their piloting skills. With the top Part 107 Training program in the country, we’re confident we can help pilots safely and legally push the limits of commercial UAVs and bring the world into the future.”

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