Live CQNet interactive demo to take place on sUAS News today

David Walters, the Software Development Manager for CQNet will be interviewed live on sUAS News today, Wednesday June 28 at 9 pm BST.

CQNet is the proprietary software system for the unmanned technology solutions leader, Consortiq. It is the easiest, most efficient way to manage UAS operations. Walters will conduct a live demo and walkthrough of CQNet with sUAS News. The live, interactive demo will include expert insight into the integral role CQNet plays in safe UAS operations and the future integration for UTM. He will also give viewers an exclusive insight into the development roadmap.

The demo and interview will be broadcast on the sUAS YouTube channel, Drone and Sundry and will also be available to view after the segment. sUAS is the leading news and information source for unmanned aviation.

David Walters said, “With sUAS News regarded as the leading industry news forum, it’s a no-brainer to give a live, interactive demonstration of CQNet. It’s important to show to end users the true benefits of a system written and developed by operators with extensive experience offering an enterprise product.”

The show will be hosted by Gary Mortimer of sUAS News.

CQNet operates as a drone operations flight control portal, eliminating the need for paper and logbooks to show UAS operations in real time. The management dashboard makes it easy to plan and maintain UAS, with a range of template options for maintenance and check lists. It also offers airspace intelligence and mission planning features.

Learn more about Consortiq and CQNET at

About Consortiq

Consortiq are expert drone professionals and market leaders in providing bespoke and innovative unmanned technology solutions for businesses worldwide. They are cutting edge innovators in drone and unmanned aircraft systems, transforming businesses through drone consultancy, drone training, aerial filming, hardware and software. As a talented group of former military and civilian, rotary and fixed-wing, manned and remote pilots and former air traffic controllers, Consortiq understand the intricacies of operating in the national airspace system and can help you navigate the process from start to finish.