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360iSR and Canadian UAVs Team Up for UAS Operations Training

Our Bureau - : Sep 16, 2021 - : 12:18 am

360iSR and Canadian UAVs will jointly offer what they claim is the most comprehensive Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) Operations Training on the market globally.

The joint training offering, announced at the ongoing DSEI, leverages the partnership’s multi-platform and proprietary Transport Canada approved Detect and Avoid technology to provide end-to-end UAS training solutions in alignment with NATO Standard ATP-3.3.8.1 requirements.

While UAS suppliers provide system specific training on the unmanned aircraft systems they sell, this is only one small part of a larger, holistic UAS Operations Training picture. Comprehensive UAS Operations Training addresses operational airworthiness, airmanship, general UAS information, Detect And Avoid (DAA) systems and procedures, the integration of UAS in non-segregated airspace, and Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) procedures.

Canadian UAVs has a proven track record in providing UAV training to the country’s Department of National Defense. The company offers pilot training, type training, test and evaluation, maintenance services, Detect and Avoid training, operational risk assessment, permitting, general consulting, training aircraft and in-country logistics support.

360iSR has the capability to offer end to end ISR support. The company has worked on projects ranging from counter poaching in Southern Africa to large scale security events such as the London Olympic Games. 360iSR completes the total training package by offering intelligence analyst, ISR operator and sensor operator training.

“The collaboration between 360iSR and Canadian UAVs represents a step change in UAS training.,” said Ewen Sime, 360iSR President. “No longer is a client limited to a pilot-centric conversion to type course. Our training program addresses aviation authority certification issues such as BVLOS and DAA and it addresses operational issues such as integration of UAS activity into the broader ISR activity ultimately supporting information dominant operations.”

“This joint offering is the most advanced, and comprehensive institutional unmanned aviation indoctrination offering on the market,” said Sean Greenwood, Canadian UAVs President. “With the rapid increase in global UAV acquisition and utilization, the industry has been waiting for a complete end-to-end capability with access to vast on-shore, low-risk airspace for some time. “

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