UPDATED: DEADLINE EXTENDED TO OCTOBER 7th, 2020
Every year, USC-STC asks association members to nominate community champions who deserve recognition for their work to advance Canada’s Unmanned and Remotely Piloted Vehicles Systems sector.
Our Annual Achievement Awards celebrate the work of individual and organizational leaders in the aerial, ground and/or marine sectors of our industry. We encourage all Unmanned Systems Canada / Systèmes Télécommandés Canada (USC-STC) members to nominate candidates for these two Award categories:
The Pip Rudkin Individual Achievement Award
Pip Rudkin was a outstanding champion in the Unmanned community who sadly passed away in 2015. For almost two decades, he was a key member of USC-STC and other industry working groups, making significant contributions to our association and our industry. Pip’s work helped to shape Canada’s unmanned and remotely piloted vehicle systems landscape. Above all, Pip was a visionary whose legacy can be felt through our vibrant and growing association. He will always be remembered by many people as a leader, colleague, mentor and friend. Learn more about Pip Rudkin here.
The USC-STC Organizational Award
This award honours outstanding contributions made by organizations who display vision, hard work and dedication to advance the unmanned and remotely piloted vehicle systems sector.
The USC-STC Organizational Award recognizes groups and organizations that contribute to the remarkable growth and prominence of the industry. Nominees can include (but are not limited to) private companies, crown corporations, public companies, post-secondary institutions, other industry associations and non-profit organizations.
Find Out More
You can learn more about the awards and get the nomination form and instructions on how to submit here.
Our USC-STC Annual Awards are now open until October 7th, 2020.