Mark your calendars for a drone-filled tv occasion! On Thursday, November 2 at 9:30 pm ET, a PBS drone unique episode of “Behind the Wings” will air.
This episode is set to include Archer Aviation, DroneUp and Walmart, the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma, and Drone Express and MissionGo. All those companies and business share one crucial focus, drone shipment, recommending that this PBS program might offer some crucial insights into what 2024 holds for the drone shipment world.
That focus comes at an especially interesting time for the shipment side of drones. Walmart, which will be included in the program, just recently included Wing (the sis business of Google) as adrone delivery partner Simply this previous summertime, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) granted BVLOS approval to 4 business (a number of which are delivery-focused) that would permit them to run choose drones without a visual observer viewing the drone’s every relocation. Even DJI released its shipment drone, the FlyCart 30, just recently.
Dawn Zoldi, the CEO of P3 Tech Consulting, will host the “Behind the Wings”, a Wings Over the Rockies Air & & Space Museum task episode. Dawn Zoldi is a big name in the drone market. She’s a certified lawyer, a U.S. Air Force veteran, and a premier force in the drone market. Together with a consultant for Women & & Drones and an accessory teacher at Colorado State University. She places on the yearly, in-person Law-Tech Connect occasions (which have a webinar component for the virtual folks), and she’s likewise a podcast celeb as she hosts the Dawn of Drones podcast, plus co-hosts 2 more: the Full Crew and Full TILT podcasts. Check Out The Drone Girl’s complete interview withDawn Zoldi here
Who ought to view “Behind the Wings”
This program was created with the public in mind, so it might be a perfect watching to get loved ones more thinking about drones.
The program will stream on Rocky Mountain PBS for Colorado residents (network makes up 5 full-power stations– flagship station KRMA-TV (channel 6) in Denver and satellites KTSC (channel 8) in Pueblo (likewise serving Colorado Springs), KRMJ (channel 18) in Grand Junction, KRMU (channel 20) in Durango and KRMZ (channel 24) in Steamboat Springs.