October 24-25, 2020: The Global Youth Aviation / Drone Career Expo is a free digital event for youth from around the globe to learn about career pathways to Aviation and Commercial Drone Careers in various countries and to inspire the next generation of the aerospace workforce. Meet live and hear from leading aviation industry experts from around the globe who are dedicated to advancing the future of aviation, drones and technology. They will help scholars ages 10- 18 understand how to pursue various aviation/drone technology careers. Connect with Peers and Industry Leaders.
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The prevalence of the Coronavirus has prompted organizations in China to utilize aerial solutions to exponentialize impact.. Watch how drones are being used as a tool in a variety of ways to combat this outbreak.
Solitary confinement is no fun. Long term solitary confinement is even worse. The mandatory confinement in China due to the Coronavirus has sparked residents to use ingenuity to not only gain access to food but also add a little fun to their day. Did you say Steamed Buns….Coming right up!
Imagine you are in an isolated environment where thousand are being infected by the Coronavirus and you have no ability to learn information. To enhance knowledge China is using drones to teach people about the Coronavirus. watch drones in action.
How will planes and drones harmonize in the friendly sky’s? With drone transport of live organs on the rise and drone delivery just around the corner, the sky is about to get a lot busier. The question on everyone’s mind is…. how will a safe aerial dance take place?
Unbeknownst to many, UAS Traffic Management, or UTM system is being created to consolidate aerial traffic of planes and drones. The main focus of UTM system is to safely and efficiently merge drones into the national airspace. Situational awareness among drones and planes is being created to mitigate aerial collisions.
NASA’ S Aims Research Center in California’s Silicone Valley has created a unified research platform for invested parties to come together to formulate the UTM system. The invested parties are FAA, academia, Amazon, Google, Intel, and dozens more. The most complicated airspace to plan for, will be that in urban areas.