Union Robotics’ Mike Davis Receives FAA’s Highest Honor Award – Drones Information
Mike Davis, a member of the Union Robotics Advisory Board, has received the Federal Aviation Administration’s highest honor, the Wright Brothers Master Pilot Award.
The award commemorates the pioneer pilots Wilbur and Orville Wright, who carried out the first powered flight on December 17, 1903. The award recognizes professionalism, skill and aviation competence that spans at least half a century of civil and military service. As the FAA’s highest honor, the FAA does extensive background research and only awards those who have dedicated themselves to aviation for a lifetime.
A lifelong entrepreneur and pilot, Davis founded and ran an electronic components manufacturing company with divisions in the United States, China, and Mexico from 1983 to 2005. Davis holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering and a master’s degree in law. He has a certificate as a professional pilot with an instrument rating for single and multi-engine aircraft. Davis was named a member of the state’s Global Competitiveness Council by Washington Governor Christine Gregoire and received the 2005 Marco Polo Award for global success in international business. Davis also served
As the US representative for Turkey’s Investment and Assistance Agency, he focused on recruiting international companies in Turkey.
“We are all proud of Mike and this great achievement.” Ezekiel Bierschank, President of Union Robotics, explained. “Mike is committed to improving the safety and training of UAV operations and we believe he deserves this award.”
About Union Robotics:
Union Robotics is a user-centric company that puts customer needs and safety first. As a manufacturer of unmanned dielectric robotics made in America, we provide customers with access to critical data without compromising the safety of high voltage equipment. Union Robotics’ commitment to advancing the field of industrial drone production goes hand in hand with the same commitment to ensuring the safety of our operators and the public.
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