Albuquerque, New Mexico (September 22, 2017) – Silent Falcon UAS Technologies solar electric, fixed wing, long endurance, long range Unmanned Aircraft System has been added to Transport Canada’s list of “Compliant Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV)”, a distinction allowing Silent Falcon to issue to its Canadian customers seeking to become Compliant UAV Operators in Canada, Statements of Conformity.
Silent Falcon UAS Technologies is now one of a limited number of fixed wing compliant unmanned aircraft systems that has met the requirements for this operational status. This is an exceptional milestone for Silent Falcon as it continues to strive for the highest standards in safety and certifications in the rapidly changing UAS regulatory environment.
Transport Canada is the government agency responsible for transportation policies and programs, and promotes safe, secure, efficient and environmentally responsible transportation.
“We are extremely fortunate to have been granted this status by one of the world’s leading aviation regulatory agencies. This will allow us to work closely with our customers and operators in Canada to assist them in gaining regulatory compliant operational status. Silent Falcon is the only solar electric, long range, long endurance UAS able to do this in the very important Canadian market. We look forward to seeing Silent Falcon flying commercial missions of all types throughout the skies of Canada,” said John Brown, Silent Falcon UAS Technologies President & CEO.
ABOUT SILENT FALCON™ UAS TECHNOLOGIES
Silent Falcon™ UAS Technologies manufactures patent pending, state-of-the-art small Unmanned Aircraft Systems and components and sensors for commercial and military markets including natural resource management, security/ISR, public safety, and mapping/surveying. Silent Falcon is the only solar electric UAS to provide long endurance and range, silent operations, and an open interface payload bay accommodating a wide- variety of payloads that are also quick and easy to change. The company is headquartered in Albuquerque, New Mexico. For more information, please visit: www.silentfalconuas.com