FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
(LAS VEGAS, NV) — October 26, 2015 — GRADD CO. (Global Robot And Drone Deployment) of Las Vegas announced today that they have partnered with SkyGen Aviation, a California-based UAS consulting and training company. SkyGen’s team of experts were authors of the 1st seven Section 333 Exemptions. Their client base includes Fortune 500 companies and universities. The Section 333 Exemptions, which can only be granted by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), allows commercial entities to use Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) legally in the National Airspace Sysyem (NAS).
Focusing on safety and best-practices, SkyGen Aviation provides legal and logistical services for companies entering the UAS market. Although the UAS field is new to public commercial use, the flight standards and operations will mirror those from the time-honored manned aviation side. SkyGen provides their customers the knowledge and the skills they have attained from their years of experience in manned aviation. Clients leave with complete solutions that are catered to their needs in their UAS operations.
It is the goal of both GRADD and SkyGen to keep UAS in the NAS. As the number of UAS in the NAS continue to exponentially grow, there is increasing concern that there is a lack of responsibility held by UAS operators. GRADD and SkyGen will work with major organizations and associations to provide their members the knowledge and awareness to keep the NAS as the safest airspace in the World.
For more information on SkyGen Aviation visit www.skygenaviation.com.
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