Global Aerospace names DARTdrones as its UAV training partner

Dartdrones, a leader in unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) training, and Global Aerospace, a provider of aerospace insurance and risk management solutions, have announced a partnership that will provide small unmanned aircraft systems (sUAS) operators with exclusive resources and opportunities to increase the safety culture within the drone industry.

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DARTdrones offers in-person and online training courses, and it is committed to helping organizations, like Global Aerospace, develop safe and efficient sUAS programs. DARTdrones Photo
DARTdrones offers in-person and online training courses, and it is committed to helping organizations, like Global Aerospace, develop safe and efficient sUAS programs. DARTdrones Photo

DARTdrones will be the exclusive UAV training partner of Global Aerospace’s well-known SM4 Safety Program.

DARTdrones has been committed to helping organizations develop safe and efficient sUAS programs with its vetted expert flight instructors offering distinct in-person and online training courses, custom training programs (including mission-specific training), and consulting services (including SOP manual development).

As DARTdrones continues to grow, developing safety considerations is at the forefront of the curriculum development within these programs.

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“We are very excited about our partnership with DARTdrones,” said Chris Proudlove, the senior vice president at Global Aerospace who leads the UAS program. “As a leading provider of UAS insurance, we are committed to finding our customers the best training available. DARTdrones’ unique range of in-person and online training courses provides just that.”

“We have worked extensively with Global Aerospace and the SM4 team to ensure that this partnership will offer significant impact in safety for Global Aerospace clients through substantial resources and opportunities,” said Abby Speicher, chief executive officer and co-founder of DARTdrones. “We are excited to take the first steps to advance safety in the industry.”

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