Censys Applied sciences Names Unmanned Security Institute as Producer Authorised and Endorsed Schooling and Coaching Supplier – Drones Information
The Unmanned Safety Institute’s offering includes the standardization, maintenance and provision of online and on-site training programs.
ORLANDO, Fla. (Oct. 8, 2020) – The Unmanned Safety Institute (USI), the leading provider of safety training and certification for unmanned operations in the aviation industry, has been contracted by Censys Technologies (Censys) to conduct its state-related education and training services. Sentaero family from VLOS and BVLOS, long-range and fast data processing Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS).
Censys and USI believe that this relationship between the manufacturer and the training service provider will enable Censys UAS operators to benefit from established aviation best practices and standardizations that result in effective safety and risk mitigation and a higher ROI when using the UAS lead technology.
“I’ve been watching the development of the Censys product line for some time. As impressive and powerful as their UAS offerings are, I find their dedication to ensuring that their customers have a safe and productive experience even more impressive, ”said Josh Olds, USI President and Co-Founder. “USI is honored to partner with Censys as an authorized training and education provider and to share its commitment to ensure that their customers can safely enjoy the value of this amazing technology.”
The aircraft family Censys stands out from its competitors with an unmatched combination of endurance and high-resolution images and offers both VTOL (Fixed Wing and Vertical Take Off and Landing) functions for visual and visual lines of sight. Censys is one of the first UAS manufacturers to commercially offer BVLOS-enabled onboard detection and avoidance technology as a standard offering.
“At Censys, our team is focused on ensuring that our products help our customers meet or exceed their goals so they can better manage and grow their business,” said Trevor Perrott, President and CEO of Censys. “When it comes to training and educating our customers on how to operate their UAS, we wanted to partner with a company that values safety and aviation best practices as much as we do and has a proven track record of delivering that knowledge and commitment transferred to each pilot they train. USI will check all of these boxes for us. “
USI will conduct this training at various customer locations or at the UAS Center of Excellence in Port St. Joe, Florida and begin in Fall 2020.
About the Unmanned Safety Institute
The Unmanned Safety Institute (USI) is the industry’s most recognized leader in aviation safety solutions for individuals, colleges and organizations focused on integrating and operating UAS for civil or commercial purposes. The Unmanned Safety Institute offers UAS flight safety training and certification according to operational standards based on the adoption and modification of best flight safety practices. With more than 170 instructors and 10,000+ customers around the world, including several Fortune 500 companies, USI is the world’s leading provider of UAS training and certification, offering the most prestigious training program of its kind. Programs include Small UAS certifications & Advanced Safety, VSO (Visual Line of Sight Systems Operations ™) and PRO (Professional Remote Operator ™) as well as the personnel development initiative Unmanned Connect ™. USI’s training and certification programs are endorsed by major aviation insurance providers and included in aviation association training programs. They have been assessed and recommended for academic performance by the American Council on Education. Learn more at www.UnmannedSafetyInstitute.org.
USI – Alexis Creedy
About Censys Technologies Corporation
Censys Technologies is an integrated UAS solutions company that has brought affordable BVLOS operations to market. Censys produces a family of three Sentaero UAS variants, including a BVLOS configuration with built-in detection and avoidance technology. The aircraft are complemented by easy-to-implement mobile operations centers that improve on-site efficiency and increase security – a key component of the robust BVLOS security case. The Sentaero UAS has been approved by the FAA for dozens of BVLOS missions in US airspace without the use of remote visual observers. Through technical industry forums such as ASTM International, Censys influences the airworthiness of the UAS, flight operations and the qualification standards for personnel. As the winner of several research programs for UAS communication technology, Censys continues to build on its existing technology portfolio and sets new standards at BVLOS. Censys enjoys serving as an OEM partner to multiple enterprise customers and Fortune 100 companies to help make valuable BVLOS UAS operations a common occurrence around the world.
Censys – Payal Chaudhari