Alliance for Drone Innovation Welcomes DroneBase and CEO Dan Burton as Drone Operators Federation President
Today, the Alliance for Drone Innovation (ADI) (droneinnovation.org) — a Washington, DC-based coalition of manufacturers, operators, suppliers and software developers of personal and professional drones — proudly welcomes DroneBase (dronebase.com), the leading global drone services and asset management company, and the company’s tens of thousands of professional drone pilots to the organization. DroneBase, headquartered in Los Angeles, facilitates the largest network of professionally-trained, licensed drone pilots in the world; has flown tens of thousands of missions to date; and is building the most advanced technology to improve the drone operations layer
A recent article from E&E News highlighted the role that ADI is playing to promote the use of drone technology during the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. The highlights ADI's partnership with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to share information regarding the advancement of drone use for the response effort to COVID-19, quoting ADI Executive Director Jenny Rosenberg's comments on the role that drones can play during this unprecedented national emergency. "The U.S. drone community is stepping up to the pandemic challenge through innovation, which is at the core of our culture," said Rosenberg. "We are excited to see the country embracing drones and accelerating their adoption as a forward-looking way to help our society navigate this difficult chapter in our history.