Proud to have had humanitarian work in hazardous environments using #drones profiled by the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) the aviation authority in Australia.
Gaining such recognition helps justify the hardships and sacrifices – travelling to developing countries, dealing with extreme environmental conditions, and helping local populations deal with hazardous contamination in the case of landmines and unexploded ordnance for example.
Determination and technical/scientific know-how helped us achieve to world first research breakthroughs – under actual field conditions.
Also proud of taking drone technology to people had never seen a drone before, prototyping and validating methodology – then teaching local staff how to do everything. Leaving local competency to operate drones over active minefields, which is no walk in the park.