JUNE SPEAKER: DALE HYLTON
The June Meeting will also be virtual and held on the Zoom Platform. Register below.
Dale is a veteran of the drone industry with nearly 6 years working with retailers, scientists, service companies and manufacturers to help bring drones to the forefront of commercial use. He is a Manned Pilto along with a Remote Pilot and has flown a variety drones from multi-rotors for versatility to fixed wing and VTOL drones for long distance flights. His experience includes the use of sensors that collect multi-spectral imagery for vegetation analysis in farming and scientific research to LiDAR (lasers on drones!) for mapping topography and aggregate analysis along with gas detection and thermal sensing. As a business development director Dale has helped retailers and manufacturers grow in the ever-changing drone space.
On October 1, 1910, Joseph B. Dwyer, agent for the Western Transit Company, arranged a luncheon meeting at the Rathskellar Café. Twenty-seven men, representing the various lines serving Seattle, were in attendance. The following Saturday, October 8, 1910, Frank W. “Pop” Parker was appointed Temporary Chairman and later was elected to become the Club’s first president for 1911. It was further decided to include traffic managers of different industries and limit the membership to those holding positions of chief clerk or higher for railroads and steamship lines.
The Club was named the Seattle Traffic Club. In 1912 the Club was incorporated and the name The
Transportation Club of Seattle was selected. Washington State provided incorporation certificate number 22797, mailed November 8, 1912, signed by I.M. Howell, Secretary of State. Time of existence was two years. Capital stock: None. In 1962 the Articles of Incorporation were amended to read “... making the time of existence perpetual” and signed by Secretary of State Victor A. Meyers.