Through SkyWard's digital system of record and Robotic Skies' global maintenance network, UAS operators can track and manage their fleet for routine inspections and repair.
‘Airworthiness is the responsibility of the operator,’ says Jonathan Evans, CEO of SkyWard. ‘Working with a trusted partner like Robotic Skies gives SkyWard users confidence that their airframes will be returned to mission-ready status and repaired with the same quality standards we expect in manned aviation.’
In addition to its digital system of record, SkyWard helps customers plan, develop and maintain professional UAS programs for any size of operation.
Robotics Skies' network of air-agency approved repair stations (nearly 60 around the globe) provides maintenance to ensure operators can get back to business with a safe and compliant fleet.
‘Robotic Skies does not view the emerging drone fleet as an entirely new industry; rather, we look at it as a new market segment within the already existing aviation community,” comments Brad Hayden, CEO of Robotic Skies.
“As such, drones will have to follow many of the same rules of the road as manned aircraft to fly within our airspace,” he adds. “SkyWard is collapsing those rules into a digital system of record that machines and operators can easily follow.’