09 May 2018

Drone Delivery Canada Appoints New Head of Regulatory Affairs for USA

One of the leading companies exploring the industry of drone deliveries, Drone Delivery Canada, has created the new post of Director of Regulatory Affairs USA. The appointment of James (Jim) Williams signals the company’s intent to bring its business south to the USA and to expand its operations.

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Drone deliveries are big business, with many companies around the globe exploring the technology’s potential, whether it’s to bring consumer goods direct to the customer’s door, or to deliver life-saving medical equipment. Drone Delivery Canada is using a drone system for Canadian retailers and government agencies a new delivery service, either “Depot-to-Depot” or “Depot-to-Consumer". 

As the drone industry is subject to so many regulations, with restrictions of flight times and airspace limitations, Drone Delivery Canada has a VP of Regulatory Affairs on their management team to coordinate the company’s efforts appropriately – Mark Wuennenberg. Mark has a background in Civil Aviation and even helped with the development of Canada’s proposed regulatory framework. With the desire to grow the company and bring the services to other countries, though its subsidiary Drone Delivery USA, this new post has been created, and Jim Williams brings experience direct from the USA’s FAA UAS Integration Office.

“As we move ahead to solidify the roll out in international markets, Jim’s industry knowledge and experience in the United States of America will assist DDC greatly. We are very pleased to have Jim join the team and look forward to his contribution with our American expansion,” commented Tony Di Benedetto, CEO of Drone Delivery Canada.

References:      sUAS News       Drone Delivery Canada 


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