"This is a team accomplishment, and we are thrilled that our vision to maintain unmanned systems on par with traditional aircraft is recognized in the business aviation industry and validated by the highly regarded Laureate Award."
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (PRWEB) October 21, 2020
The 63rd Annual Laureate Awards to honor all recipients took place as a virtual event on October 19, 2020.
Aviation Week Network Editorial Director Joe Anselmo said of the prestigious awards: "For more than six decades, Aviation Week editors have annually awarded Laureates to great achievers in aerospace and aviation. This year's winners embody the spirit of exploration, innovation, and vision that will inspire others to strive for broad-reaching progress in aviation, aerospace, and defense."
Anticipating widespread growth in commercial unmanned aircraft, Robotic Skies has created a global network of repair stations to maintain and service the burgeoning fleet.
"Unmanned Aircraft Systems are used for business purposes every day, and the technology increasingly plays a role in helping companies perform work in safer, more efficient ways," said Robotic Skies CEO and Founder Brad Hayden. "This is a team accomplishment, and we are thrilled that our vision to maintain these systems on par with traditional aircraft is recognized in the business aviation industry and validated by the highly regarded Laureate Award."
Robotic Skies is the only global network of maintenance Service Centers created to support commercial and defense UAS fleets. The network comprises over 200 certified repair stations vetted and hand-selected from the existing aviation MRO infrastructure. This unique network model provides convenient, local access to professional, aviation-grade maintenance and repair services anywhere in the world UAS operate via a single point of contact.
For commercial UAS manufacturers and operators who want to learn more, visit http://www.roboticskies.com.
About Robotic Skies, Inc
Robotic Skies is a global network of maintenance Service Centers for commercial Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) fleets. Founded in 2014, Robotic Skies has 200 independently owned and operated certified repair stations in its network (and growing), spanning more than 40 countries. The company's aviation-grade field service programs are flexible, scalable, and meet the regulatory requirements for complex commercial operations like drone delivery. Robotic Skies is a Boeing HorizonX portfolio company. Learn more at http://www.roboticskies.com.