• A Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) and Data Analytics Company

    Serving World Wide customers with groundbreaking UAV solutions and data processing. We change the way business gets done and provide the absolute best end to end UAV solution on the market.

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    Using Unmanned Aerial Vehicles to capture data allows unique viewpoints and high resolution imagery. We can safety capture information without putting people at risk.

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    Our services do not stop at acquiring the data, our in house team of GIS experts along with our own proprietary point cloud classification software,can make your world accurate,.measurable and 3 dimensional.


Aeryon SkyRanger First UAV with FAA Approval for Nighttime Commercial Operation

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Industrial SkyWorks is a Toronto-based commercial unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) and data solutions company. We serve industrial and commercial markets worldwide, providing UAV data and image collection, technical analysis and advanced image modeling services.

Industrial SkyWorks brings the strength of IT to unmanned aerial systems (UAS), by deploying our own proprietary applications and working with our in-house GIS and IT professionals to build custom state-of-the-art solutions for our clients.

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FAA Grants Its First Approval For Flights Of Commercial Drones At Night

Decision highlights that agency is discarding or revising restrictions as part of policy shift

By ANDY PASZTOR Updated April 20, 2016 10:25 p.m. ET The Federal Aviation Administration has issued the first approval for flights of small commercial drones at night, according to lawyers for the operator, in the latest sign of how quickly U.S. regulators are moving to authorize expanded uses of unmanned aircraft. Read the whole story