Mark your calendars for a drone-filled tv occasion! On Thursday, November 2 at 9:30 pm ET, a PBS drone particular episode of “Behind the Wings” will air.
This episode is about to function Archer Aviation, DroneUp and Walmart, the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma, and Drone Specific and MissionGo. All these firms and organizations share one key focus, drone supply, suggesting that this PBS present might present some key insights into what 2024 holds for the drone supply world.
That focus comes at a very thrilling time for the supply aspect of drones. Walmart, which can be featured within the present, not too long ago added Wing (the sister firm of Google) as a drone supply associate. Simply this previous summer time, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) granted BVLOS approval to 4 firms (a lot of that are delivery-focused) that will permit them to function choose drones and not using a visible observer watching the drone’s each transfer. Even DJI launched its supply drone, the FlyCart 30, not too long ago.
Daybreak Zoldi, the CEO of P3 Tech Consulting, will host the “Behind the Wings”, a Wings Over the Rockies Air & Area Museum venture episode. Daybreak Zoldi is a big identify within the drone business. She’s a licensed legal professional, a U.S. Air Power veteran, and a premier power within the drone business. Together with an advisor for Ladies & Drones and an adjunct professor at Colorado State College. She places on the annual, in-person Regulation-Tech Join occasions (which have a webinar part for the digital people), and she or he’s additionally a podcast superstar as she hosts the Daybreak of Drones podcast, plus co-hosts two extra: the Full Crew and Full TILT podcasts. Learn The Drone Lady’s full interview with Daybreak Zoldi right here.
Who ought to watch “Behind the Wings”
This present was designed with most of the people in thoughts, so it might be a perfect viewing to get family and friends extra thinking about drones.
The present will stream on Rocky Mountain PBS for Colorado locals (community contains 5 full-power stations—flagship station KRMA-TV (channel 6) in Denver and satellites KTSC (channel 8) in Pueblo (additionally serving Colorado Springs), KRMJ (channel 18) in Grand Junction, KRMU (channel 20) in Durango and KRMZ (channel 24) in Steamboat Springs.