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A few words from our President...

Canadian UAVs is an aviation first, unmanned airline company which has been working with local and federal stakeholders, to commercially scale up our remote asset monitoring services. We are pleased to announce today that our efforts to institutionalize this technology safely in civil airspace, have been recognized and rewarded by the federal regulator.

Sean Greenwood, President of Canadian UAVs

Due to our in-house combined military and commercial, manned and unmanned aviation backgrounds, the most advanced Lockheed Martin unmanned aircraft systems and a constant drive to evolve our aerial solutions, we have been able to demonstrate today the most logical operating structure for BVLOS on the market.

Sean Greenwood, President of Canadian UAVs

Going BVLOS has technically been solved for some time with regards to powerful communications links and autopilot hardware. Canadian UAVs has been focused on creating an end-to-end paradigm in coordination with Transport Canada to conduct these operations outside of Restricted Military Airspace where our customers have a substantial regulatory and logistical needs to acquire actionable data.

Sean Greenwood, President of Canadian UAVs

With over 100 years of aviation experience in-house, we service Canada and its unique environmental and regulatory requirements. Enjoy the benefits of this novel technology with the peace of mind that compliant, safe personnel are conducting the operations. We are the institutional aviation company your business needs to acquire pivotal, actionable data.

Sean Greenwood, President of Canadian UAVs

UAVs are aircraft and introducing aircraft into the National Airspace is regulated, for good reason. UAVs still require a ‘human in the loop’ and that person should be well trained in ‘Aviation First’ skills, as having data is only useful if it’s repeatable, safe and legal.

Sean Greenwood, President of Canadian UAVs

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Canadian UAVs, as part of the LOOKNorth Detect and Avoid (DAA) trials, has effectively demonstrated the Sparrowhawk™ Radar as a qualified solution for enabling beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) Remotely Piloted Aircraft System (RPAS) operations in Canada.  Under observation from Transport Canada and the National Research Council, Canadian UAVs held trials at the Foremost UAS Test Range to validate the function of their Sparrowhawk Radar – a low-cost solution for DAA.  Sparrowhawk is…

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