DSEI 2021: 360iSR and Canadian UAVs Partner for UAS Training

Combined Capabilities for Comprehensive Individual and Collective Training

360iSR and Canadian UAVs have agreed to jointly offer what they claim to be “the most comprehensive UAS operations training” currently available.

The joint training offering leverages the partnership’s approved Detect and Avoid (DAA) technology to provide end-to-end UAS training solutions in alignment with NATO Standard ATP-3.3.8.1 requirements. The initiative answers a growing demand currently unfulfilled: UAS suppliers provide type training for the UAS they supply – but this is only one part of the larger UAS Operations Training picture. Too often, a UAS is procured with no pathway to fully leverage its data acquisition, dissemination, and tactical advantages. Comprehensive operations training can address airworthiness, airmanship, (DAA) systems and procedures, UAS operations in non-segregated airspace, and ISR procedures.

Canadian UAVs has a proven track record providing UAV training and offers pilot, type  and DAA training, test and evaluation, maintenance services, operational risk assessment, permitting, general consulting, training aircraft and in-country logistics support.

360iSR is one of a few companies that has a team with the experience to deliver all aspects of ISR, from the Tactical Coordinator to the ISR Division Chief. It has worked on projects ranging from countering poaching in Southern Africa to large-scale security events such as the Olympics. The company completes the total training package by offering intelligence analyst, ISR operator and sensor operator training, as well as assistance in the development of CONOPs and TTPs.

Combined, the two companies create a total training solution, ensuring both the highest level of flight safety training, but also individual and team collective training in all pertinent specialisations.The result: more effective UAS operations, a better return on investment, and fully integrated and synchronised capability that supports decision-centric operations.

Training with Canadian UAVs and 360iSR in Canada will afford clients low-risk, expansive airspace where cadets can be trained without assets being risked over water or in operationally unrealistic restricted airspace. Clients can employ their own UAS assets as well as Canadian UAVs aircraft, while elevating their UAS training programmes to an internationally recognised and interoperable level.

Training UAS operators involves a host of varying disciplines for differing tasks – such as the inspection of confined spaces (pipelines, power stations, dams, etc) for which specialised UAS are frequently required. (Photo via Canadian UAVs)

Publish date

09/19/2021

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