The SkyOp Drone Training Curriculum enables High School, CTE and P-Tech educational institutions to easily incorporate drone training as a standalone course or into existing course offerings.
WXXI | 23 days ago
This great video produced by WXXI features Brian Pitre talking about SkyOp's High School Drone Training and Education Curriculum and includes impressive aerial footage captured by students.
WXYZ | 28 days ago
If you haven’t spotted a drone flying in the sky, you’ve likely not been paying too much attention.
The SkyOp team was pleased to be a part of the Lower Hudson Regional Information Center's Technology Leadership Institute Winter Event.
WXXI | 2 months ago
Finger Lakes Drone Services was started by Luke Didion after he got his drone certification through SkyOp. He gets contracts to do real estate aerial photography.
Keith Shaw | 9 months ago
As more companies add unmanned aerial vehicles, aka drones, as part of their work force, the need for skilled pilots to operate them also grows. To address the demand for...
Julie Sherwood | 15 months ago
Luke Didion doesn’t think of himself as tech-oriented. A junior at Naples High School, he said he’s driven largely by sports — soccer and skiing among others.
Unmanned Aerial Online | 18 months ago
The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) has kicked off its new unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) program.
sUAS News | 19 months ago
Little Arms Studios, a leading developer of professional-grade simulation solutions, announced a strategic partnership with leading UAS training provider, SkyOp LLC to deploy Little Arms Studios’ Zephyr Drone Simulator throughout...
CenterState CEO | 21 months ago
Intro to sUAS Drone Course starts this August at The Tech Garden
myTwinTiers.com | 22 months ago
Not just used for leisure, drones are also being utilized for business purposes. In order to legally operate a drone for commercial use, the Federal Aviation Agency is requiring you pass...
Daily Messenger | 2 years ago
SkyOp is one of six companies competing for $2.75 million in prizes at GENIUS NY, a business accelerator program at CenterState CEO’s Tech Garden in Syracuse.
CenterState CEO | 2 years ago
Teams from across U.S. invited to yearlong accelerator program at The Tech Garden