Our Services

SkyGen Aviation is a full service UAV Operations business and consultancy firm specializing in providing complete solution
and integration of UAV systems into your commercial operation.

About Us

SkyGen Aviation is a group of aviation and analytical professionals. Through our years of deep experience in commercial aviation and regulatory process. Our knowledege and experience results in quality products that are data driven, not assumptions.

We are proud to be Veteran, woman owned company.

 

Katrina Jensen

CEO

Army Veteran; Data Analytics & Supply Chain Network Optimization Specialist

 

Grady Boyce

President

Operations & Regulatory Specialist, Lead Drone Pilot and Flight Instructor

 

Blaine Tow

Director of Mining, Oil & Gas

Director of Business Development in Mining, Oil & Gas Services; Drone Pilot

 

John McGraw

Partner

Partner; FAA Deputy Director of Flight Standards, Retired and Helicopter Pilot

Blog & Upcoming Events

We at SkyGen Aviation are passionate about aviation and drones.We look forward to sharing our thoughts
and insights with you and welcome your comments.

Mar 23

Regulating and Controlling the National Airspace System

This week SkyGen attended the National Air Traffic Controllers Association’s conference, Communicating For Safety (CFS). CFS is unique in that it’s the only conference of its kind to focus specifically on the air traffic needs of all members of the aviation community who are affected by the National Airspace System (NAS). One of the primary […]

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Mar 02

Should “Micro” Drones be Exempt From Needing FAA Approval

Recently, an online (and print) magazine presented an article about a new “Drone Proposal”, attached to the FAA budget bill, that could make businesses very happy: Ability to fly Drones weighing less than 4.4lbs for commercial purposes without FAA approval. As a commercial business, we applaud this proposal and appreciate the attempt

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Feb 06

PRIVACY & DRONES

One of the most controversial topics related to drones is that of privacy

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Feb 03

DRONES AVOID OBSTACLES

Recently, Fortune magazine published an online article titled “Fast-Flying Drones Avoids Obstacles

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Feb 03

MANAGING DRONE REGISTRATION

This week, the Federal Government announced its drone registration plan in response to the increasing number of drone related incidents

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Feb 03

DRONES: UNCERTAIN RULES, BIG GROWTH PREDICTED

The use of drones for business offers a limitless opportunity for growth. In real estate, engineering inspections, survey operations, security and more, the ways and means of deploying

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Mar 23

Regulating and Controlling the National Airspace System

This week SkyGen attended the National Air Traffic Controllers Association’s conference, Communicating For Safety (CFS). CFS is unique in that it’s the only conference of its kind to focus specifically on the air traffic needs of all members of the aviation community who are affected by the National Airspace System (NAS). One of the primary […]

VIEW MORE
Mar 02

Should “Micro” Drones be Exempt From Needing FAA Approval

Recently, an online (and print) magazine presented an article about a new “Drone Proposal”, attached to the FAA budget bill, that could make businesses very happy: Ability to fly Drones weighing less than 4.4lbs for commercial purposes without FAA approval. As a commercial business, we applaud this proposal and appreciate the attempt

VIEW MORE
Feb 06

PRIVACY & DRONES

One of the most controversial topics related to drones is that of privacy

VIEW MORE
Feb 03

DRONES AVOID OBSTACLES

Recently, Fortune magazine published an online article titled “Fast-Flying Drones Avoids Obstacles

VIEW MORE
Feb 03

MANAGING DRONE REGISTRATION

This week, the Federal Government announced its drone registration plan in response to the increasing number of drone related incidents

VIEW MORE
Feb 03

DRONES: UNCERTAIN RULES, BIG GROWTH PREDICTED

The use of drones for business offers a limitless opportunity for growth. In real estate, engineering inspections, survey operations, security and more, the ways and means of deploying

VIEW MORE
Mar 23

Regulating and Controlling the National Airspace System

This week SkyGen attended the National Air Traffic Controllers Association’s conference, Communicating For Safety (CFS). CFS is unique in that it’s the only conference of its kind to focus specifically on the air traffic needs of all members of the aviation community who are affected by the National Airspace System (NAS). One of the primary […]

VIEW MORE
Mar 02

Should “Micro” Drones be Exempt From Needing FAA Approval

Recently, an online (and print) magazine presented an article about a new “Drone Proposal”, attached to the FAA budget bill, that could make businesses very happy: Ability to fly Drones weighing less than 4.4lbs for commercial purposes without FAA approval. As a commercial business, we applaud this proposal and appreciate the attempt

VIEW MORE
Feb 06

PRIVACY & DRONES

One of the most controversial topics related to drones is that of privacy

VIEW MORE
Feb 03

DRONES AVOID OBSTACLES

Recently, Fortune magazine published an online article titled “Fast-Flying Drones Avoids Obstacles

VIEW MORE
Feb 03

MANAGING DRONE REGISTRATION

This week, the Federal Government announced its drone registration plan in response to the increasing number of drone related incidents

VIEW MORE
Feb 03

DRONES: UNCERTAIN RULES, BIG GROWTH PREDICTED

The use of drones for business offers a limitless opportunity for growth. In real estate, engineering inspections, survey operations, security and more, the ways and means of deploying

VIEW MORE
Mar 23

Regulating and Controlling the National Airspace System

This week SkyGen attended the National Air Traffic Controllers Association’s conference, Communicating For Safety (CFS). CFS is unique in that it’s the only conference of its kind to focus specifically on the air traffic needs of all members of the aviation community who are affected by the National Airspace System (NAS). One of the primary […]

VIEW MORE
Mar 02

Should “Micro” Drones be Exempt From Needing FAA Approval

Recently, an online (and print) magazine presented an article about a new “Drone Proposal”, attached to the FAA budget bill, that could make businesses very happy: Ability to fly Drones weighing less than 4.4lbs for commercial purposes without FAA approval. As a commercial business, we applaud this proposal and appreciate the attempt

VIEW MORE
Feb 06

PRIVACY & DRONES

One of the most controversial topics related to drones is that of privacy

VIEW MORE
Feb 03

DRONES AVOID OBSTACLES

Recently, Fortune magazine published an online article titled “Fast-Flying Drones Avoids Obstacles

VIEW MORE
Feb 03

MANAGING DRONE REGISTRATION

This week, the Federal Government announced its drone registration plan in response to the increasing number of drone related incidents

VIEW MORE
Feb 03

DRONES: UNCERTAIN RULES, BIG GROWTH PREDICTED

The use of drones for business offers a limitless opportunity for growth. In real estate, engineering inspections, survey operations, security and more, the ways and means of deploying

VIEW MORE

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