October 9, 2020

Chicago, IL – October 9, 2020

Women and Drones, the premier global platform for women in the UAS (drone) and UAM (urban air mobility) industries, is pleased to announce Hitec Commercial Drone Services has joined as a Corporate Member in the Women and Drones Membership Program.

“Women and Drones is pleased to welcome the Hitec Commercial Drone Services to the Women and Drones network” explained Women and Drones CEO and Founder, Sharon Rossmark.

“Hitec is committed to diversity in our workplace and we are excited to join Women and Drones,” according to Suzanne Lepine, Marketing Director, Hitec.

Hitec Commercial Drone Services Hitec Commercial Drone Services is the aerial service division of Hitec Commercial Solutions, an industry leader in actuator engineering and sUAS manufacturing. We provide end-to-end aerial services for customers in Agriculture, Construction & Excavation, Mining & Aggregates, Oil & Gas, Engineering & Surveying, Public Safety and many other vertical sectors. Providing data collection techniques with leading photogrammetric software to suit the specialized needs of each project makes our team of certified pilots and engineers the obvious commercial solution. Utilizing our own proprietary fleet of sUAS vehicles as well as other available drone platforms, our experts analyze, assess and recommend the right tools to get the job done, including comprehensive pilot training for your team.

For more information: Hitec Commercial Drone Services.

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About Women and Drones Women And Drones is the leading membership organization dedicated to driving excellence in the unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) and Urban Air Mobility (UAM) industry by advocating for female participation in this dynamic segment of the global economy.  We partner with companies committed to an inclusive culture where women can thrive. We also provide Drone Flight Services including aerial imagery and drone product beta testing.  Our female-focused educational programs range from kindergarten to career in efforts to balance the gender equation in the industry now, as well as for the future of flight. Find out more by visiting www.WomenandDrones.com.