PABLO AIR, a South Korea-based drone solution and service company and a member of Born2Global Centre, has been named a second-place winner in the Operation category of the XCELLENCE Awards by the Association for Unmanned Vehicles Systems International (AUVSI). PABLO AIR was selected for the second consecutive year from a pool of accomplished applicants for their work in unmanned systems technology. Winners including PABLO AIR were publicly congratulated during the Technology Innovation XCELLENCE awards ceremony during AUVSI XPONENTIAL on Wednesday, April 27 at Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, FL.
PABLO AIR’s PABLO AIR Mobility Network (PAMNet) won 2nd place again at the AUVSI XCELLENCE Awards this year. PAMNet is an Urban Air Mobility (UAM) integrated solution for the distinction and allocation of NAS (National Airspace System) between drones and manned aircraft, which are the two most discussed technologies within the drone delivery and UAM sector.
With this award, PABLO AIR was recognized for its excellent technology, field usability, and future growth value in the global market. PABLO AIR plans to enter the UAM mobility market including drones based on this solution in the future.
“Our next vision, the competitiveness of UAM integrated solutions, has been recognized internationally,” said Kim Young-Joon, CEO of PABLO AIR. “In the future, we will lead the drone-based future mobility world by continuous innovation.”
“During AUVSI’s 50th anniversary year, we are celebrating the accomplishments of the unmanned systems industry within the last half-century, reflecting on lessons learned, and looking ahead to our vision for the future,” said Brian Wynne, President, and CEO of AUVSI. “The 2022 XCELLENCE award winners represent some of the leading innovations and organizations that will help us reach our shared vision of assured autonomy.”
PABLO AIR was awarded alongside excellent global companies. Other award-winning companies include Google Wing, Honeywell, AgEagle Aerial Systems, Drone Delivery Canada, etc. Florida Power & Light Company, a U.S. power company, won first place and Percepto, an Israeli autonomous robot integration solution provider won third place in the Operation category.
For more information about XPONENTIAL and the XCELLENCE Awards, visit xponential.org.
About PABLO AIR
Since its first step into the unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) market with swarm flight technology in 2018 in South Korea, PABLO AIR has provided a wide array of integrated drone solutions, including UAV control system, aircraft development, drone delivery platform & service, and ICT drone show. In addition, PABLO AIR is continuously carrying forward R&Ds and commercialization at home and abroad to become a pioneer of the global UAV industry.
Furthermore, with the establishment of the U.S. branch as a starting point in 2021, it has been recognized for its technological prowess in the global UAV market. PABLO AIR has become the first Korean company to participate in the U.S. drone delivery PoC, the world-renowned AUVSI XCELLENCE AWARD 2nd place winner, and the National Technology & Innovation Sandbox (NTIS) Malaysia’s technology partner.
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