Since June 2019, it’s a requirement to have a drone license to operate drones (250g and higher). We have partnered with Makigiaqta Inuit Training Corporation to offer training to Nunavut Inuit to become a licensed RPAS (drone) pilot. Even if you’re not an Inuk beneficiary we are looking for individuals with a diverse skillset from on the land experience, pilots, technicians, photographers & videographers.
We are experts in Arctic logistics and have the capability to run projects from 1 day to 3 months to ensure we get the job done.
Certification: our pilots are certified professional UAV operators, Transport Canada licensed and insured, and our company has the skill to operate in Nunavut with our battery powered fixed-wing & quad-copter and our gas powered rotary wing aircraft.
Remote Locations: We live in the Arctic and are used to working in the harsh conditions and can mobilize anywhere.
Need Quick Mobilization? We can handle it.
- Sea Ice monitoring
- Search & rescue
- Wildlife surveys
- Wildlife Habitat Assessment
- Land surveying and contour mapping
- Environmental studies
- Aerial photography
- Construction site monitoring
- Tower and roof inspections
- Situation awareness
- Archeological site monitoring
- Emergency response support
- Modelling of buildings or local sites
- Equipment & site surveillance
In the Press
Kongsberg Geospatial, a geospatial visualisation software company, and Arctic UAV, a UAS (unmanned aerial system) service provider in the Canadian Arctic, have announced that the Kongsberg Geospatial IRIS UAS situational awareness application has been adopted by...
Arctic UAV Adopts Kongsberg Geospatial IRIS Airspace Awareness Application to Provide BVLOS Situational Awareness for Long-Range Arctic Drone Flights
Kongsberg Geospatial, an Ottawa-based geospatial visualisation software company, and Arctic UAV, the leading services provider of UAS in the Canadian Arctic, announced today that the Kongsberg Geospatial IRIS UAS situational awareness application has been adopted by Arctic UAV to enhance their BVLOS operations.
Arctic UAV, the Apex-based company that specializes in unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) and systems (UAS), took the Ukpik HEF32 out for a test flight in early April.
Frequently Asked Questions
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What training do your pilots have?
They also have specific UAV type training in addition to their PUOC certification. Before you hire any drone operator ensure they have certification to operate.
Which UAV’s do you have?
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