Operational Guidance & Consulting
How Skyward Can Help
Companies rely on Skyward's team of experts to get up and running right away, avoid pitfalls common to new drone operations, and maximize ROI. Use our experts to develop a proof of concept, train your team, create efficient workflows, lower risks, and handle regulatory logistics.Schedule a Call
Launch to ROI
We'll help you identify and develop a high-potential initial use case, create a general operating manual and flight procedures, and ensure you have the tools you need so you can see results as soon as possible.
Efficient, Low-Risk Flights
From ground school training to advanced flight scenarios, our training partners will ensure that your flight crews receive standardized training, understand regulations, and are ready to get certified by your regulator.
Do you have an innovative use case in mind that requires flying at night, beyond line of sight, or over people? Our experts will help you make your case, prove equivalent levels of safety, and work with your regulator.
Southern Company Partners with Skyward, Verizon, and Hitec for BVLOS Test Operations
Skyward's Professional Services Team recently coordinated BVLOS test operations at Griffiss International Airport with our customer Southern Company, colleagues at Verizon, and Hitec at the NUAIR test facility.Read more
Tips for Applying for a Part 107 Waiver
Part 107 regulations can be complicated, and there may be more factors to consider when applying for a waiver. In this article, Skyward's Diego Barrera provides tips for a successful waiver application. If this seems overwhelming, don’t let it be. Skyward’s Professional Services team helps businesses apply for waivers, and we’re happy to help you, too. In addition to waiver support, we provide professional guidance to help you conduct advanced use cases as safely possible, leading to less risk and maximum return on investment.Read Now
How Skyward Trains Corporate Drone Teams
As large organizations scale drone use, standardizing the drone pilot training approach becomes critical. Commercial drone pilots need to follow a common set of operating procedures, corporate policies, and safety protocols. They need to have standards of accountability and use repeatable systems, whether they’re internal employees or pilots-for-hire. And they need to know how to train new crew members down the road.