The technology is already available to build, deploy and utilise amazing unmanned technology, and lucky for Airsight Australia the legislation in Australia exists to allow companies and individuals like us to operate commercially. CASA (Civil Aviation Safety Authority) is the governing bodies for RPAS (Remote Piloted Aircraft Systems) in Australia and certified operators need to run and manage their companies in nearly the same fashion as a helicopter charter company.
We are now at a turning point for small UAV technology globally with the price and reliability of the technology coming into position and primed for mass deployment in situations and applications just like Daniels F.R.E.D. With the right creative problem solving minds, aptitude for technology and vision for driving innovation, peoples and organisations are no longer limited by the confides of technology and cost.
Applications like F.R.E.D and many other civilian applications are now starting to expand, it is no longer the pilot / controller of these small unmanned systems but its the clever minds who can take the technology find an application and design a technical solution that can be deployed on scale. The technology now allows for this level of innovative doing and will take smart thinking to deliver real value to the economy.
Companies like Airsight Australia who are taking civilian applications like industrial inspections, aerial land surveying and video production and developing both the technology and implementation capabilities to drive the industry forward require the brightest minds and industry leaders to drive true progress.
As the technology and regulatory environments now exist to solve real work problems and deliver real innovation and progress it is up to business to deliver the value, we have developed UAVAIR an Unmanned Systems Training School to teach not only the practical operations, but the safety, legislation, maintenance and civilian airspace integration to students of all ages from year 10 up to industry veterans. UAVAIR delivers the only CASA certified, department of training certified and NSW board of studies endorsed TVET Certificate III Aviation (Remote Pilot) course in Australia. With the aim of the course to extend and grow industry capability through advanced industry and technical training.
Australia is well placed in the global economy to become true industry pioneers, we have the legislation that allows for civilian operations as well as the technological and practical capability to promote and grow Australia as industry leaders. Airsight Australia’s core objective is to maintain industry leadership through innovation in both operations and technology and with people like Daniel starting to come through the ranks with the right technological aptitude, creative thinking and problem solving capabilities if we provide people like Daniel with the resources and training we can take this juvenile industry and become true global industry leaders right here in Newcastle and the Hunter Valley.