Connie Down-Cicoria Named a 2021 RBC Canadian Women Entrepreneur Award Finalist
AERIUM Analytics is proud to announce that our Executive Chair and Founding Shareholder Connie Down-Cicoria has been named a Finalist for the 2021 RBC Canadian Women Entrepreneur Awards for the Innovation Award.
SkySensus: Beyond Visual Line of Sight Research & Development & Commercialization Project in Canadian Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) Industry
Three Alberta-based SMBs partner with Peraton Canada to advance the use and development of Remotely Piloted Aircraft System technology.
Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Office opens at EIA
AERIUM Analytics and Clear Flight Solutions expand on successful Integrated UAV operations
September Proves to be Successful as AERIUM Analytics and CFS Conduct UAV Operations at Worlds Leading Airports
September was an incredible month for AERIUM Analytics and Clear Flight Solutions. Working together with our partners, we set the pace for UAS industry by conducting UAS operations at two separate airports. This on its own is an incredible feat, as operation of drones in close proximity is generally frowned upon and in many places […]
Airports Begin Use of Drone Technology – AviationPros
The aviation industry is starting to embrace the use of drone technology in airports.
AERIUM Goes Beyond Visual Line of Sight
In late May, our team worked together with Sensefly and Spatial Technologies to conduct beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) testing at the Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) range located in Foremost
AERIUM Analytics joins Alberta Aerospace and Technology Centre at EIA – Skies Magazine
Joining the Alberta Aerospace and Technology Centre at the Edmonton International Airport.
Robotic bird to patrol skies by Edmonton’s airport – Global News
Global News shows viewers a live demo of the Robird, the latest technology in Edmonton International Airports’ wildlife management program.
It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s Robird – CBC News
CBC News’ video journalist, John Robertson, joins AERIUM to learn more about the Robird and how this new technology is the latest in wildlife management at the Edmonton International Airport.
Robot falcon set to swoop in to keep birds away from airport runways – Edmonton Journal
The Edmonton Journal reports on Edmonton International Airport and the latest in wildlife management technology.