Closed dump, drones help Calgary bolster tech “hotbed” reputation

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By Helen Pike

CBC reporter Helen Pike discusses Calgary’s living lab space, and how this is helping to establish the city, and organizations including AERIUM Analytics as a leader in the unmanned systems testing space.

“…A drone dressed as a falcon circles trash at Calgary’s Shepard Landfill. Most drones use helicopter blades to fly but this one flaps wings like a bird would, and even more rapidly. The drone belongs to AERIUM Analytics, one of the Calgary-based companies now able to test flights within city limits…”

AERIUM’s involvement in Project SkySensus is just another example of their commitment tothe research, development, and commercialization of Beyond Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS) technology and advancing the regulatory landscape in Canada.

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