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SOURCING THE SKY


Our leadership team has over 30 years of combined experience flying and managing small, medium, and large Unmanned and Remotely Piloted Aircraft.

We know what works.

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SOURCING THE SKY


Our leadership team has over 30 years of combined experience flying and managing small, medium, and large Unmanned and Remotely Piloted Aircraft.

We know what works.

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OUR SPECIALTIES?


OUR SPECIALTIES?


SkyTap specializes in mitigating the risks and simplifying the complexities of professional Remotely Piloted (Unmanned) Flight Operations.

We maintain the highest standards for our company culture, pilots, processes, and equipment to allow easy access to aerial perspectives and data that make our clients believe in what we believe.

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SkyTap, Inc is a certified small business.

● DUNS: 080181490
● CAGE Code: 7LQS1

NAICS Codes: 

334511        488190

488191        541330

541370       541922

541690       541990

611512

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WHY SKYTAP?


WHY SKYTAP?


WHY USE SKYTAP?

Many companies recognize the capabilities that Remotely Piloted (Unmanned) Aircraft technology can bring to their business. In order to stay competitive, many businesses must assess how to add this disruptive technology to their workflow.

However, the path to adding a successful Remote/Unmanned flight operation is riddled with challenges, risks and costs.

  •   Cost of Equipment

  •   Cost of additional staff, training, certificates, and standardization

  •   Cost of liability and hull insurance

  •   Cost of equipment obsolescence

  •   Time and cost of dealing with regulatory and airspace requirements

  •   Tangible and Intangible risks of a failed operation

SkyTap gives your organization a sturdy bridge across all of these pitfalls and many more. We bring you the advantages you envision while mitigating the risks you may have never accounted for.

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OUR TEAM


OUR TEAM


brett bennett

Chief Executive Officer, Co-Founder

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Brett’s specialty within the team is identifying market voids. Brett has been looking to the skies for as long as he can remember. When he was not looking up, he was chasing the newest technology in hopes of being a part of the next great innovation. Moving further towards his motivations, he deftly became caffeine dependent, and attained degrees in Aviation, Management, Intelligence Operations, and Unmanned Aircraft Systems while simultaneously finishing his FAA Commercial and Flight Instructor ratings. From there, Brett would become a Mission Coordinator, Standardization Pilot, and Master Instructor for the United States Army Intelligence Center, and has taught hundreds of service members from the Army, Navy, and Marines how to fly various unmanned systems. Later he put his flight training experience to work supporting software integration, and flight test on new technologies with several DoD and government contractor customers, to include the Air Force Research Laboratories. Taking an interest in orchestrating the bigger picture of things, Brett then moved into project management where he has gained invaluable experience in management and support of logistics, fielding, and training of new UAS equipment. When he’s not geek’n out about drones, or writing about himself in the third person he can be found chasing his three kids around and loving every minute of it.

 

taylor butterfield

Chief Operating Officer, Co-Founder


Taylor's primary responsibility within the team is to develop and execute strategies to fulfill the market voids that SkyTap is positioned to command. Taylor has degrees in Aviation Management and Commercial Aviation. While teaching at the University of North Dakota, he had the opportunity to work as the UAS Project Coordinator and Lead UAS Flight Instructor. While in this position, he was able to use UAS to research Agriculture, Air Traffic Technologies, Flood Monitoring, and Public Safety, along with teaching students enrolled in the UAS Operations degree program. After leaving North Dakota, Taylor began flying larger aircraft with more complex payloads in support of Operation Enduring Freedom and the Department of Defense. Following his experience as a professional pilot, Taylor moved up to roles managing and supporting logistics, fielding, and training of high-end UAS equipment.  From his lessons learned during high-risk and high-reward operations, Taylor wants to bring the powerful tools and techniques currently in restricted use into the commercial space.

 

 

 


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