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GEOSPATIAL WORLD: Sphere Drones becomes exclusive training & service centre for Flyability Elios

Josh Spires | 31 July, 2018 | In the Media

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Australia: Sphere Drones, a leading Australian provider of drone solutions for commercial applications, will become the newest distributor of Microdrones fully-integrated systems. Darren Wilkinson, Sales Manager for Microdrones, explains “Sphere Drones is trusted and proven as a major drone sales, rental, service and solutions provider in Australia. Their people and our products… they make a perfect match for this market.”

According to Paris Cockinos, Managing Director at Sphere Drones,  “We are particularly excited to have a technology pioneer and market innovator such as Microdrones as part of our UAV portfolio. Microdrones systems come equipped with everything a commercial user needs to begin using drones for surveying and mapping – the UAV, the sensors, and the software, hardware, workflow, training and support.” Currently, the most popular systems in the product line-up are:

mdMapper1000DG for photogrammetry

mdLIDAR1000 for LiDAR point cloud generation

mdTECTOR1000CH4 for methane gas infrastructure detection

Cockinos explained, “All Microdrones solutions are designed to make it easy and cost-effective for enterprises to adopt commercial drones and support a seamlessly integrated workflow – from hardware and data acquisition to data processing.” He added, “This integrated approach enables commercial enterprises to automatically and instantly collect aerial intelligence, analyze and rapidly integrate it into their daily business processes. It also provides for a remarkable ROI!”

In addition to providing fully-integrated systems, the Microdrones aircraft platform is also an ideal base for custom applications. Engineered for rigorous commercial field use, Microdrones systems can withstand heat, cold and moisture while maintaining stability in harsh wind and weather. Wilkinson added, “One of the things we say about our drones is they don’t call in sick. They are resilient in tough conditions. That means you can be out there getting work done, even on days you might not want to be.”

Source: GEOSPATIAL WORLD

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