Don’t miss the Unmanned Safety Institute on Dawn of Drones, Wednesday August 17 at 11:00 AM EST! Stream below:
This week on the Dawn of Drones podcast, join Dawn and special guest Josh Olds, President and CEO of the Unmanned Safety Institute (USI) as we continue Developing Industry Leadership month, sponsored by Skydio.
The two will discuss the various ways that USI empowers and enables businesses and academia through unparalleled uncrewed systems programs with industry-relevant safety content and training solutions. USI provides turnkey safety solutions, from online training programs, enterprise solutions to academic curriculum and professional certifications. Learn how USI provides industry safety foundations today for effective and efficient scaled operations tomorrow!
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