Fleet Operator Solution

Get Out of the Office and into the Air

Collaboration, efficiency & safety, all in one place
“From job planning to product delivery, Skyward provides the essential system we need to manage the Talon fleet. This allows us to focus on inspecting 150,000+ vertical structures across the United States and deliver the end-to-end data solution our clients expect. Skyward allows us to manage our operations, drive efficiency, improve safety, and save money.”
Eric S. Hare, COO
Talon

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Scale up & operate at maximum efficiency ACROSS ALL OF YOUR TEAMS

Avoid the hiccups of scaling. Grow faster, and easier

No matter how big you grow, Skyward gives you a single place to manage all of your teams & ensure that processes are being carried out—so you can stay focused on serving your clients.

  • Plan job details in advance; assign & collaborate with crew members
  • Need more boots on the ground? Leverage Skyward’s network of qualified pilots that meet your criteria
  • Keep track of your employees’ & contractors’ flight hours, credentials, tax forms, & training schedules

Ensure safe, standardized processes

Show your clients that you run a tight ship. Skyward’s expertly validated airspace map, aircraft management, general operating manual, & operational checklists lower variables & keep safety top of mind.

  • Easy-to-understand airspace map displays flight regulations & updates every five minutes, including temporary flight restrictions
  • Checklists enforce safety procedures & business processes
  • Ensure your aircraft stays accounted for, updated & airworthy

Configurable for your business

Use Skyward to track & manage all of the documentation & information associated with your drone ops.

  • Customize operational templates to save time & track your unique metrics
  • One agnostic source for operational & flight logs
  • Document storage for pilot’s licenses, insurance policies, landowner permission, tax forms, & scopes of work available with any paid account
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Navigating Part 107

What You Need to Know About Doing Business with Drones in the U.S.

Part 107 means that businesses and pilots have more responsibility than ever before:
  • Which aircraft are allowed?
  • Where could I get in trouble for flying?
  • How do I get certified to fly?
  • Do I need a waiver to conduct my operation?
Skyward’s regulatory analysts created this guide to help you understand the implications for doing business under Part 107. We’ve also included 82 real-world questions and answers from Skyward customers, webinar attendees, and website commenters.