February 7, 2020 (Chicago, Il) Women and Drones, the premier global platform for women in the UAS (drone) and UAM (urban air mobility) industries, recently announced a new Membership Program and is pleased to announce Pix4D, DJI, and AirMap are the launch Corporate Members in the new Women and Drones Membership Program.
“These industry leading companies, Pix4D, DJI, and AirMap, have joined Women and Drones in bringing diversity to the UAS and UAM industries,” explained CEO and Founder, Sharon Rossmark. “We appreciate their dedication to creating new economic opportunities for women and commitment to an inclusive culture where women can thrive.”
Women represent roughly 6% of FAA Part 107 Remote Pilot in Command, also known as drone pilots. Women and Drones has created a growing network of more than 6,000 women are using their platform to connect, collaborate and discover new opportunities in this dynamic technology sector. By transitioning to a membership program, Women and Drones offers tangible benefits and resources for women at all levels in the UAS and UAM industries. The membership is building a community among a network of business professionals, pilots and educators who believe in and support what Women and Drones is trying to accomplish.
Women and Drones Membership is dedicated to elevating women in UAS and UAM and is open to individuals, military, students, training companies, educational programs, affiliated organizations and corporations. Members have opportunities to network and collaborate. Members also have access to group programs including insurance, plus discounts on products and services, all to move the industry closer to gender parity.
The launch corporate members are working with Women and Drones help to move the industry closer to parity equation and open new opportunities for women.
Pix4D is the industry leader in professional drone mapping and photogrammetry software solutions. Learn more at www.Pix4D.com
DJI is a global leader in developing and manufacturing civilian drones and aerial imaging technology for personal and professional use. Learn more at www.DJI.com
AirMap connects airspace authorities, enterprise operators, and industry developers with automation software solutions for scaling safe and efficient drone operations in low-altitude airspace. Learn more at www.airmap.com.
Together with Corporate partners, Women and Drones’ goal is to inspire and support more women to pursue careers and succeed in the UAS and UAM industries.
For More Information Contact:
Dr. Tulinda Larsen