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Oct 27, 2017

One of nine “Women To Watch in UAS” honorees, Mary Wohnrade champions the use of UAS in engineering for the company she founded and has developed proprietary workflow.  She discusses the advantages of using drones for her work, as well as what’s needed to inspire more women and girls to explore careers in...


Oct 12, 2017

This is Lyela Mutisya’s story of how a drone class at her Chicago college and a visit to her dad’s coffee farm in Kenya gave her new direction in life. She explains how drone technology can benefit struggling coffee farmers in Africa thanks to improved yield prediction, irrigation management and chemical...


Oct 5, 2017

Students in Detroit Public Schools can get sUAS flight training and earn their Remote Pilot Certificate through a new program at a technical high school.  We learn all about CTE Flight Training from manager/educator Christopher Meyer. We discuss how it works, what it took to get it going as well as what he thinks is...


Jul 6, 2017

How can we better support and encourage women in aviation, including the emerging UAS/UAV industry? We discuss the topic with Dr. Peggy Chabrian, founder, President and CEO of Women In Aviation International, an organization with 13,500 members and 111 chapters worldwide.

Make sure to visit their website at wai.org for...


Jun 8, 2017

This episode features Taylor Mitcham, founder of drone service firm SkyNinja, which specializes in the construction industry. We discuss various ways drones are being used to improve efficiency and safety on construction sites. Taylor also explains the new way she’s teaching other pilots to make money in the...