Dronavation: The Kent State UAS Experience Presents Examining UAS Employment Trends in a Post-Pandemic World
Employment Trends and Overall Health of the UAS Career Field
To date, it is at the highest it has been since Dr. Terwilliger started recording numbers (from 2019-2021): $3.2B market value for unmanned systems employment and $728.13M for UAS-related jobs. Despite the economic challenges caused by COVID, it has created new opportunities aligned to the strengths of this field, including the introduction (and popularization) of remote work from home options.
Join the College of Aeronautics and Engineering on Monday, November 8th as we learn more from Dr. Brent Terwilliger, Associate Professor of Aeronautics for the Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (ERAU)-Worldwide, College of Aeronautics, and examine UAS employment expectations and requirements.
Open discussion to follow moderated by Charles Morgenstein, Past Chair of the Aviation Certification Committee of the Florida Bar featuring
- David Gallagher, Flight Operations Manager for UAS Ohio Drone Center
- Col Joe Zeis, Advisor to the Governor of Ohio on Aerospace
- Bob Tanner, Parallax in Columbus, Ohio
WINGS FAASTeam Credit.
To register for this free event, please visit this page.