Robotic Skies UAS Servicing Network Gains 17 New Locations

1337_robotic_skies Robotic Skies UAS Servicing Network Gains 17 New LocationsDuncan Aviation Inc. has joined the Robotic Skies network of service centers for engineering design, assembly and field repair of industrial-grade unmanned aircraft systems (UAS).

Duncan Aviation adds 17 new locations throughout North America to the Robotic Skies network, whose global footprint now includes more than 80 locations around the world.

According to Brad Hayden, president and CEO of Robotic Skies, Duncan Aviation is ‘an authorized factory service center for nearly every major brand of business aircraft, avionics and engine on the market today.’

‘Duncan Aviation has always been in the forefront of new industry trends,’ says Don Fiedler, business development for avionics and instruments at Duncan Aviation. ‘We see a promising and growing future for unmanned aircraft systems, and we look forward to partnering with Robotic Skies to provide service and support to this emerging segment of commercial aviation.’

With service centers located throughout North America, South America, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa, Robotic Skies’ customers range from high-performance multi-rotor and fixed-wing platform manufacturers to optionally piloted aircraft operators.

Drawing on Federal Aviation Administration- and air agency-approved repair stations certified to maintain manned aviation airframes, the Robotic Skies network is optimized to test, certify and service the emerging commercial UAS fleet.

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