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Pegasus Imagery Expands to Villeneuve Airport

Villeneuve Airport, operated by Edmonton Airports, is pleased to welcome Pegasus Imagery as its newest tenant.

Pegasus Imagery designs, manufactures and operates long range autonomous aircraft and sensors to deliver data solutions at scale. The company was originally based at Edmonton International Airport (EIA) but has now relocated to the region’s main training and general aviation airport, located in Sturgeon County, west of St. Albert. Its new space is larger and provides increased flight function capabilities. Pegasus Imagery’s move is also part of expanding the Alberta Aerospace and Technology Centre to Villeneuve Airport.

The integration of remotely piloted aircraft systems (drones) with manned aircraft is always done with safety as the top priority. Both Pegasus Imagery and staff at Villeneuve Airport, with cooperation from Nav Canada, ensure that general aviation at the airport can continue while the company further refines and develops it autonomous aircraft.

Quick Facts about Pegasus Imagery

  • Pegasus is officially partnered with the Government of Canada to validate its autonomous Detect-And-Avoid technology and provide Transport Canada with the data necessary to develop new regulations for the aerospace industry.

  • Pegasus has been selected to the Boeing LaunchPad program, where Pegasus is directly liaising with senior Boeing executives and their network of industry partners and customers. Pegasus is the only hardware and software technology company to join the program within Canada.

  • Pegasus was recently selected as a global semi-finalist for NASA’s Itech technology award. The program only shortlisted 20 companies worldwide. The program is used to recognize elite groups of inventors and entrepreneurs who are creating advancements in technology in aeronautics and space systems.

  • Pegasus has flown over 2,000km Beyond Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS) to date in Restricted Airspace testing its Detect-And-Avoid technology and holds four Special Flight Operations Certificates from Transport Canada.

  • Over the last several months Pegasus has worked with Creative Destructive Labs (CDL) who offer a world class accelerator program to enhance business practices. The CDL mentorship program has enabled Pegasus to mature product development while increasing our current network.


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