We created these webinars to enable our heroes on the front lines of this pandemic to leverage drone technologies readily available today to effectively fight the coronavirus pandemic while minimizing potential for harm to themselves. -Marc Pretorius, Head of Training for Suntuity AirWorks
HOLMDEL, N.J. (PRWEB) April 09, 2020
Suntuity AirWorks (https://suntuityairworks.com), through its collaboration with Suntuity University’s AirWorks Academy (https://suntuityuniversity.com/airworks-academy/), is offering free webinars to introduce public safety officials to drone technologies that can enable them in their fight against the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Leveraging Suntuity University’s Learning Management Systems and Suntuity AirWorks’ enterprise equipment support teams (https://suntuityairworks.com/enterprise/), the webinars will enable public safety officials and first responders to take immediate advantage of the safety and efficiency of drone technologies and services during the pandemic.
The free webinars are a part of the Suntuity Group Pledge offerings (http://suntuitygroup.com/suntuity-cares/) to give back to communities when they need it the most, and help them work safer and smarter by ensuring public safety personnel have access to the same lifesaving drone technologies used across Europe and Asia to effectively flatten the coronavirus infection curve.
“We created these webinars to enable our heroes on the front lines of this pandemic to leverage drone technologies readily available today to effectively fight the coronavirus pandemic while minimizing potential for harm to themselves,” said Marc Pretorius, Head of Training for Suntuity AirWorks. “The services that drones can provide, from aerial sanitization to thermal disease inspection, are too important to ignore. Now is the time to act quickly in order to make sure our cities and towns have the tools and knowledge they need in order to save lives in the face of this growing pandemic.”
The first of three scheduled webinars is available now at https://suntuityairworks.com/mavic-2-public-safety-webinar/, with two following each consecutive week.
Suntuity AirWorks is further prepared to, on an as-needed basis, train public safety officials and first responders on how and why drone integration can update their existing services.
For more information on Suntuity AirWorks and its drone services, click here: https://suntuityairworks.com/enterprise/
For more information on Suntuity University and its training capabilities, click here: https://suntuityuniversity.com/
About Suntuity AirWorks
Suntuity AirWorks (http://suntuityairworks.com) is the UAV and Drone services division of the Suntuity Group of Companies, with drone and UAV service offerings in multiple countries and across the US. It’s hardware and software platforms deliver state of the art industry-specific solutions from DJI, FLIR, Berkley and other reputable organizations. Suntuity Airworks recently acquired BirdsiVideo and Osprey Assessments, two of the largest UAS service networks across the United States.
About Suntuity University
Suntuity University (https://suntuityuniversity.com/) is the comprehensive drone and solar training division of the Suntuity Group of companies. Students of AirWorks Academy can receive a Certified Drone Professional (CDP) certification through a curriculum that covers a wide range of drone regulations, processes, technologies and solutions.
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