About Us

Funded in 2013, Spectral Aviation aims to be the reference for consulting services and training in the UAV field.

With more than 40 years of combined experience in commercial aviation, Spectral Aviation's team's goal is the safe development of civilian remotely piloted aircrafts through professional consulting services and training that is adapted to regulation and tailored to its customers' needs.

Spectral Aviation works closely with the UAS Centre of Excellence in Alma and Transport Canada to elaborate safe operating procedures and integration of UAVs in the Canadian airspace.


Theoretical Training
Whether it is for a custom training program or for our Drone Pilot theoretical training, all our courses are developped by taking all the operational and regulatory aspects of UAV operations

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Consulting Services
With its experience in the commercial aviation field and its knowledge of UAV industry, Spectral Aviation's team is able to fulfill all the needs of its clients regardin drone air operations

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Conferences and presentations
Whether it is for an association or a company, all our presentations are professionnal and customized to the client requirements

Latest News

  • On january 9th 2019, the Minister of Transport, Marc Garneau announced the publication of the new regulations for remotely piloted aircraft systerms (RPAS), commonly known as drones. This new part (IX) of the Canadian Aviation Regulations (CARs) will reduce the administrative burdens on businesses c ...

  • The American company Workhorse Group recently received the authorization from the FAA to test its hybrid octocopter design helicopter, the SureFly. Indeed, the American company, a pioneer in sustainable and cost-effective electric mobility solutions, will soon start testing its two-seater helicopte ...

  •  Update 17/11/17: On November 17 2017, Transport Canada issued a new SFOC to expand the area of operation to the rest of Canada. Consequently, Arpentage Parleciel becomes one of the first companies, if not the first company, to obtain a compliant SFOC valid in all Canadian provinces and territo ...

  • Last July, Transport Canada published the outline of what could be the new regulation regarding the use of UAVs operated within visual range in Canada. The new regulation framework is based on the weight of the aircraft and the complexity of the operation instead of the type of operation (recreation ...

  • Research on the impacts of a collision between a drone and a human being are progressing in the United States. Indeed, several american universities and research centres are carrying out tests in order to know in which measure a collision between a person and a drone can cause wounds, or even be let ...

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