AggieAir involvement in the community has spanned 12 years. We take great pride in cultivating meaningful connections to academic and industry colleagues as well as the next generation of engineers.
For the past two years AggieAir has been invited to speak to the SLC ARTCC personnel about UAS operation within their jurisdiction.
AggieAir pilot Dan Robinson has been invited to teach classes on how to get your part 107 license and joined a panel discussion about safe UAS operations.
A weeklong aviation summer camp for young children up to high school aged children to get into the aviation world, including a set of breakaways dealing with UAS operation and flight.
AggieAir has booths at education meetings teaching about UAS applications and industries for Women in Aviation members: a group from young kids to adult female pilots working to improve aviation opportunities for young to adult female pilots.
Giving guided tours to college interested students at USU, introducing the UAS world as an option for careers or studies.
Through classes offered at USU, local students get the training to operate UAS as pilots and get the chance to fly both VTOL and Fixed Wing aircraft with instruction from professional UAS pilots.
AggieAir has, for several years, supported the USU Engineering Community Night providing information on UAS and how students of all degrees can start learning about robotics and STEM.