UVU UAV Seminar in New York for flying drones

Anyone interested in learning everything they need to know to start a career as an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) pilot should make a point to attend a special three-day seminar on “The Fundamentals of UAVs” being hosted by Unmanned Vehicle University (www.uxvuniversity.com) from March 19 through March 21 in New York City at the The Regus Business Center located at 340 Madison Avenue (19th Floor). Unmanned Vehicle University, based in Phoenix, Arizona, is the only university in the world that is licensed to offer undergraduate and graduate degree programs in Unmanned Systems Engineering.

The first-of-its-kind seminar is designed to provide participants with a comprehensive introduction to unmanned aerial vehicles and the many high paying career opportunities this rapidly growing field is likely to create over the next ten years. “Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), also known as drones, have already revolutionized the way our military conducts field operations,” Unmanned Vehicle University Provost John Minor said today.

“Now, they’re revolutionizing the way that Americans live and work every day,” Minor asserted. “The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is working hard to establish the guidelines under which drones can be used in commercial applications as diverse as agriculture, construction, real estate, security, news gathering, and media production, but the one thing they have already made very clear is that properly certified training and education is mandatory. With the imminent commercialization of unmanned aerial vehi