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About Skeye

Skeye is a provider of geographic data acquisition, industrial inspections, and high-end aerial imagery using unmanned aircraft (UAVs).

Headquarters Location

Hoorn 312D

Alphen aan den Rijn, 2404,


+31 (0) 172 242 706

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Latest Skeye News

Proposed PNE amphitheatre will be nightmare for area residents, citizens say

Sep 29, 2022

Adrienne Gee and her husband Curtis Rowe, with their dog Skeye, at their Vancouver home just south of the PNE grounds on Sept. 28. They say noise from an increasing number of concerts at the PNE amphitheatre are bothersome to the neighbourhood and are hoping for consultation with PNE management to come up with a plan to minimize the noise for residents. Photo by Mike Bell /Mike Bell/PNG Article content Despite apologies and a promise to work with the neighbourhood, the PNE has opted to continue working with Timbre, the concert promoter responsible for the Breakout Festival that led to a chaotic riot after headliner Lil Baby cancelled an appearance mid-concert Sept. 18. Advertisement 2 Proposed PNE amphitheatre will be nightmare for area residents, citizens say Back to video On Oct. 5, another Timbre concert is scheduled for the PNE Forum featuring King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard. Sunrise presented by Vancouver Sun Start your day with a roundup of B.C.-focused news and opinion delivered straight to your inbox at 7 a.m., Monday to Friday. Email Address Sign Up By clicking on the sign up button you consent to receive the above newsletter from Postmedia Network Inc. You may unsubscribe any time by clicking on the unsubscribe link at the bottom of our emails. Postmedia Network Inc. | 365 Bloor Street East, Toronto, Ontario, M4W 3L4 | 416-383-2300 Thanks for signing up! A welcome email is on its way. If you don't see it, please check your junk folder. The next issue of Sunrise presented by Vancouver Sun will soon be in your inbox. We encountered an issue signing you up. Please try again Article content The lack of action is eroding public trust as the PNE plans a $70 million revam p of their outdoor amphitheatre that will include year-round concerts, said neighbourhood resident Gwendolyn Margetson. “It’s disappointing that they would not put their relationship on hold with this promoter until they have engaged the community on the expanded venue. The PNE needs to re-establish trust with the neighbours and invite us into their decision-making process,” said Margetson. For months leading up to the weekend of the Breakout concert, residents say they had been dealing with excessive noise from an expanded concert season, and raising questions about the kind of acts being booked for outdoor concerts. Advertisement 3 Article content “You expect noise from the PNE, it’s the sound of summer,” said Margetson. “Kids screaming on rides, and sometimes music. This is different.” Margetson, a mother of three, said that during some of the recent concerts the sound of lyrics, including the ‘F’ word and the ‘N’ word were clearly audible from her home. “You don’t expect that on a school night,” she said. What the neighbourhood needs is consultation that aligns with the city’s stated values on community engagement , said Margetson. “Please involve us. Is this all for profit?” For Adrienne Gee and Curtis Rowe, amphitheatre sound levels that “feel like someone is right outside your window with giant speakers” has changed how they feel about where they live. Advertisement 4 Article content “The neighbourhood is very much in favour of the PNE. It’s fun,” said Rowe. Gwendolyn Margetson in front of her Burnaby home on Sept. 28, three blocks from the PNE. Margetson is unhappy with loud noises from bands playing the PNE amphitheatre. Photo by Mike Bell /Mike Bell/PNG But the recent concerts are a drastic change. It isn’t just putting their six-year-old to bed while the bass thumps or trying to calm their terrified Icelandic sheepdog Skeye, it’s the anticipation of the next concert. “We are always checking to see if there is going to be another concert, wondering if this is going to be another bad night. We are at their mercy.” Rowe said the city has been unhelpful. “I tried to make the complaint with 311 and they say you have to complain to the PNE. It’s a grey area, if the PNE is their own stand-alone group I don’t see where they are accountable to city or residents.” That “grey area” of accountability is what has residents worried. Advertisement 5 Article content The PNE operates Hastings Park on behalf of the City of Vancouver and is governed by a city council-appointed board of directors. According to spokeswoman Laura Ballance, the group has been owned by the city since 2004 but operates independently. The PNE receives no government funding and is entirely self-funded through business operations such as the PNE Prize Home Lottery, events and concerts. In a statement that didn’t address the specifics of recent incidents, the city said the PNE’s community relations department deals directly with all complaints received. “The city has been working with the PNE to ensure their events are in adherence with the Noise Control Bylaw. Per Section 11, noise on commercial premises, including the PNE, must not exceed a rating of 70 dBC during the daytime and 65 dBC during the nighttime.” Advertisement 6 Article content Coun. Lisa Dominato, PNE board chairwoman, said: “I share the concerns of local residents on behalf of the PNE board,” and apologized for the recent concert noise. Dominato said she has asked PNE management to review further events associated with producers of the Breakout Festival. For Walter Melnyk, apologies aren’t enough. Melnyk has started a petition asking the PNE board and city council to freeze plans for the new amphitheatre and hold meaningful public consultation, make the PNE subject to city noise bylaw enforcement (it’s currently exempt), and have the PNE conduct an independent noise assessment study.

Skeye Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Skeye founded?

    Skeye was founded in 2013.

  • Where is Skeye's headquarters?

    Skeye's headquarters is located at Hoorn 312D, Alphen aan den Rijn.

  • What is Skeye's latest funding round?

    Skeye's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • Who are the investors of Skeye?

    Investors of Skeye include Terra Drone.

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