FlyCam UAV Partners With Unmanned Safety Institute

By October 26, 2018 Blog

UNMANNED SAFETY INSTITUTE SELECTED AS OEM TRAINING PROVIDER FOR ACECORE TECHNOLOGIES AND FLYCAM UAV, LLC.

UNMANNED SAFETY INSTITUTE SELECTED AS OEM TRAINING PROVIDER for ACECORE TECHNOLOGIES AND FLYCAM UAV, LLC.

The Unmanned Safety Institute has been selected as the approved OEM training provider for AceCore Technologies products in partnership with its United States based distributor, FlyCam UAV, LLC. Netherlands-based AceCore Technologies currently produces the NEO and ZOE, rotary-wing UAVs which can be used in a variety of missions and have the unique characteristic of adapting their capabilities to specific mission needs. Since 2015, FlyCam UAV, LLC. has served as AceCore Technologies’ only U.S. distributor, and has delivered systems to customers across the country in the communications, oil and gas, environmental and law enforcement sectors just to name a few.

“We are dedicated to providing the highest industry standards in safety education and training and are honored to have the opportunity to provide our programs in partnership with FlyCam UAV, LLC.” states Josh Olds, President of USI.  “Technology with this level of capability presents untold use cases and comes with significant responsibility for the remote pilot and organization, responsibility which USI can prepare them for.”

The new partnership with Unmanned Safety Institute means that, in addition to distributing the high-tech UAVs, FlyCam UAV, LLC. will also be the sole source for training on the ZOE and NEO in the United States. FlyCam UAV, LLC. will be able to use the programs developed by Unmanned Safety Institute to offer formal training options to companies that are purchasing UAVs for their own pilot programs, creating a one-stop shop for an organization’s equipment, program standup, and training needs.

“AceCore Technologies has chosen to partner with Unmanned Safety Institute because their educational and training standards are the highest in the industry,” said Leon Thé, Business Development Director of AceCore Technologies. “Their dedication to safety in the unmanned industry is apparent in the high-quality courses and highly-skilled individuals that have graduated from their training programs, which have been recognized by many in the unmanned industry. We are thrilled with the opportunity to have USI organize our training process because we know that customers who utilize our systems will be able to operate them in the most safe and professional capacity.”

To learn more about the technology behind AceCore Technologies’ high-performance unmanned aerial systems or to purchase, visit https://www.flycamuav.com/.

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About Unmanned Safety Institute

The Unmanned Safety Institute (USI) is the industry’s most widely recognized leader in flight safety solutions for individuals, enterprises, and organizations focused on integrating and operating Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) for civil or commercial purposes. The Unmanned Safety Institute, widely recognized as “best-in-class” provides UAS flight safety training and certification to operational standards based on the adoption and modification of time-honored aviation safety practices.  With over 150 instructors and over 6,000 customers around the world, including several Fortune 500 enterprises, USI widely recognized as the global leader in UAS training and certification delivering the most highly-regarded training program of its kind.  USI is the only training and certification organization that is accepted by the FAA, endorsed by major aviation insurance providers, and whose training programs have been evaluated and recommended for college credit by the American Council on Education.  Discover more at www.UnmannedSafetyInstitute.org.

 

About AceCore Technologies

Acecore Technologies was started out of love for filming and flying with a team of dedicated professionals. With more than 17 years’ experience in the remote-controlled field, they quickly realized that there wasn’t anything on the shelves that was ideal for aerial cinematography. With experts in cinematography and technology, they found the perfect combination of people to help in the development of their flagship UAS, The Neo.

They carried out thousands of hours of R&D to deliver an aerial solution that would meet the high standards of today’s aerial professionals. The goal was to deliver “a solution that works and lasts”. After 2 years of development using high-end materials and support from some military experts, it was time to launch The Neo and to say goodbye to existing solutions.

With the launch of the Neo UAS a breakthrough had been reached in terms of a reliable aerial solution combined with aesthetics. They proudly designed a functional, safe and attractive UAS, which has been very well received not only in the creative industry, but in the security market as well.

After several months of development, designing, testing and starting over again, Acecore Technologies launched The Zoe UAS, an extremely capable addition that is worthy of being the little sister to The Neo. The Zoe UAS was specifically designed to be a more nimble, portable and versatile UAS and Acecore Technologies feels that it is the perfect addition to their product line.

About FlyCam UAV, LLC.

FlyCam UAV is a leader in system integrations and solutions in the sUAS/RPA industry.  Integrating EO/IR cameras, payload drop systems, tether systems and radiation/chemical sensors, they have created solutions for law enforcement, communications, energy and environmental companies.  In 2016, they partnered with US Nuclear Corp.  With this partnership they have been able to create an all-weather UAV system that can carry a number of radiation and chemical detection sensors.  With these aerial systems you are able to survey large areas of contamination quickly and efficiently without risk to human life. FlyCam UAV’s system also gives you real time data which allows for rapid identification of radioactive isotopes.

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