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  • November 11 2020Celebrating Skydio’s Veterans

    On this Veteran’s Day, we are taking the time to reflect on and appreciate the honor, courage, and sacrifice exemplified by all current and former members of the US Armed Forces. At Skydio, our growing team is blessed to include veterans from every branch of the US Military, with over 100 combined years of service, and 50+ deployments across all theaters of conflict in the 21st century.

  • November 05 2020Skydio Adds Key Product and Engineering Executives

    Roy Goldman as Head of Product Management, Ryan Reading as Head of Software Engineering and Mike Ross as Senior Director of Product Management


  • October 15 2020Autonomy is the New Opportunity for Part 107 Drone Operators

    We at Skydio have been thrilled and honored at the warm welcome the drone industry has shown us. From consumers and reviewers generating amazing footage, to first responders protecting their communities, to enterprise users conducting operations more safely than ever before, to working with the FAA to unlock the potential of unmanned aviation, every interaction with the drone market has underscored the incredible value of autonomy.

  • October 05 2020Breaking Regulatory Barriers for Bridge Inspection: NCDOT and Skydio Secure the First True BVLOS Waiver Under Part 107

    Celebrating another first-of-a-kind regulatory achievement that allows the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) to fly Skydio drones beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) to inspect bridges with unparalleled safety and efficiency. This waiver marks a new era in unmanned flight. Until now, the FAA had required the use of visual observers (VOs) for operations beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS).

  • October 05 2020NCDOT Secures Groundbreaking BVLOS Waiver for Bridge Inspection Using Skydio 2

    The FAA has granted the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) a first-of-its-kind, state-wide approval to fly Skydio drones beyond visual line of site (BVLOS) to inspect bridges. The FAA has enabled NCDOT to conduct BVLOS activities without the use of visual observers or expensive technology designed to detect manned aircraft.

  • October 02 2020Skydio Celebrates National Manufacturing Day in the United States

    On National Manufacturing Day, we celebrate our employees who make it possible for us to build the most advanced autonomous drone in the market right here in the U.S. with the highest standards of quality and supply chain and cybersecurity. Skydio is proud to design, assemble, and support our products in the US. Domestic manufacturing is a part of our DNA.

  • September 28 2020EagleView, Skydio Partner to Provide Drone Tech for Roof Inspections

    The partnership brings the power of precision drone technology and AI to insurance carriers, claims adjusters, and government bodies and will result in the largest ever commercial drone deployment with thousands of units deployed.

  • September 23 2020Autonomous Drone Maker Skydio adds New Talent to Growing Leadership Team

    Jacqueline Sharma Vice President of People Operations and Devon DiPietro as Director of Marketing join a growing team of talent that already includes industry heavyweights

  • September 21 2020Drone Autonomy for Bridge Inspection. The Newest Tool on the Inspector’s Belt.

    Drones eliminate many of the pain points associated with snooper trucks and other legacy methods for bridge inspection. Drones are cheaper to buy (few thousand vs. 200k-500k for a truck), cheaper to operate (reduce cost per inspection by 75%), safer, non-intrusive to traffic, more environmentally friendly (no traffic jams)