Commercial drone delivery has gone global Plus, with the US. The Federal Aviation Administration wants to relax certain restrictions on drones in public airspace The sky is the limit for the industry

“In January 2021, the FAA added 14 CFR Part 107 new rules to allow the expansion of routine flights and created four categories of UAS for flights over suburban / urban areas, provided certain specific criteria are met,” according to the company Steve Bogie DDC’s Vice President – Flight Operations & Technology, as quoted by DC Velocity, “These new rules greatly improve regulatory security for UAS delivery operations in the US and represent a significant step forward towards UAS integration into US airspace”

In fact, the agency is forecasting “phenomenal” growth, as noted by DC Velocity “The sector could see 500 million deliveries annually through 2030 based on a nationwide fleet of 40000 unmanned aircraft systems (UAS)”

This is big news for companies like the Wing drones from Alphabet (NASDAQ: toget), Walmart (NYSE: WMT), and Amazoncom (NASDAQ: AMZN) and FedEx (NYSE: FDX)

Drone Delivery Canada just announced that it has expanded its Advisory Board and welcomes the addition of Ms. Nadine Miller, BEINSc, MEng, MB.A, PEng

Ms. Miller joins the company’s advisory board bringing a broad global network, expertise and experience in the mining, oil, & gas, infrastructure, transportation and artificial intelligence sectors to the company’s drone delivery solution in key industries B2B markets continue to improve

Ms. Miller is a professional engineer with over 20 years of design and project management experience in the mining and transportation industries, having worked on mining projects in Australia, Europe, North and South America. MS Miller is currently Vice President, Project Development at JDS Energy and Mining She led the business development departments for two of the world’s largest engineering offices in Toronto: Bantrel provided EPC / EPCM services to the mining and metals, oil, gas, chemical and infrastructure sectors with support from Bantrel’s parent company, Bechtel; and SNC-Lavalins Mining and Metallurgy, which provide EPC / EPCM services

An active advocate and volunteer for the engineering profession, she has served in senior positions as past president of the Ontario Society of Professional Engineers and secretary to the Ontario Board for Consulting Engineers. A strong advocate of women’s engineering issues, Dr For her work in this area, Miller received the Leading Women Building Communities Award

in 2017

Ms. Miller has a BEINSc in Geology and Mineral Engineering from the University of Toronto; a MEngaged in civil and environmental (geotechnical) engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology; a MB.EIN from Saïd Business School, Oxford University, England; and her PClosely Professional Engineer Designation from Professional Engineers Ontario MS Miller also has experience as a Board Director in the fields of mining, venture capital, homeland security technology and artificial intelligence

“We are delighted to add such an excellent addition to our advisory board with regard to key markets that are a perfect fit for our advanced drone logistics solution. Nadine has a large network and considerable technical experience in the & field from which the company will benefit, as we continue to accelerate commercial growth in Canada and internationally for our Sparrow, Robin XL and Condor industrial solutions, “said Michael Zahra, President &, CEO of Drone Delivery Canada Corp.

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