On May 1st, 2017

Evans to attend the AUVSI XPONENTIAL 2017 Conference (May 9-11)

Evans Incorporated is excited to attend the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI) XPONENTIAL 2017 conference, May 9-11 in Dallas, Texas.  This is the largest Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) conference in the United States and we are eager to exhibit our CAARMA™ UAS Solutions Suite.  Come visit us in booth 3159 – we welcome everyone in attendance to swing by to hear how we deliver ROI – Real Operational Impact™.

In this emerging market, large and small companies are rushing to capitalize on new technologies and the growing demand for UAS services. We are excited to be at the forefront of this trend, supporting the Federal government with the implementation of UAS regulations over the past year.

Evans has supported the aviation industry for 23 years, providing full-service support in the areas of air traffic control, pilot training, unmanned systems, flight planning, technical operations, human factors analysis, business integration, strategic planning, and aviation program management. The Evans aviation team includes UAS experts, pilots, and personnel who have been air traffic controllers. Altogether, Evans’ staff combines over 40 years of operational aviation expertise that is relevant to UAS.

Evans brings its proprietary CAARMA™ Solutions to organizations in the aviation industry to assist in the integration of new capabilities, services and products. Evans’ CAARMA™ Solutions, the approach that is foundational to everything Evans does, are proven to have saved their customers over $10M on one project alone, through improved decision making and cost avoidance measures.

During this conference, we will be looking for companies and organizations that want help envisioning how drones can be used in their business model.  We provide support with organizational design and managing change in your organization as you adopt a drone program.  We will help you design your drone program, train your pilots, assist with FAA’s required applications, and get you flying.

-Greg Caramanica, Business Development Manager, Unmanned Systems