Leader in Automated Drones ,Airobotics, Expands into the U.S.
The world pioneer in completely robotized drones, Israeli-based Airobotics, has ventured into the U.S. with another nearness in Scottsdale, AZ. "Our computerized drone arrangement has been upgrading mining and modern activities in Israel and Australia for quite a while, logging in excess of 40,000 robotized flights to date, however with a specific end goal to scale our tasks and give the best possible help to an expanding number of customers in the Americas, we expected to fabricate a home office in an awesome, focal area that is strong of the UAV business," Efrat Fenigson, Airobotics' VP of Marketing, tells DRONELIFE. "The Arizona central command will enable us to bring our drone arrangement and propelled aeronautical information to mining and modern organizations over the Americas. "
Driving Israeli robotized drone startup Airobotics today propelled its North American base camp in Scottsdale, Arizona, where they will run all North America, South America and Central America tasks. Airobotics has made the main information driven, completely mechanized arrangement empowering another measurement of information gathering and experiences. The organization is headquartered in Israel and has workplaces in Australia, and also extra activities in Chile and New Caledonia. The Scottsdale office is planned to wind up the organization's worldwide base camp as Airobotics keeps on scaling. BHP, the world's biggest mining organization, is Airobotics' first client in the US.
"When choosing where to dispatch our first US office, Arizona was the best decision for us as it has a solid mining industry, extraordinary climate conditions for drone testing, and potential accomplices we're eager to work with. The state and neighborhood governments are extremely steady of self-sufficient and aeronautics advancements and the UAV business particularly, lining up with our plans to work UAVs Beyond Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS) in the US," said Ran Krauss, CEO and Co-Founder of Airobotics. "The drive for digitalization is essential as organizations search for approaches to enhance profitability and business, which can prompt higher benefits that stream back to the state, and in addition make new kinds of occupations identified with aeronautical information, information examination, advancement and remote tasks. As we keep on developing our administrations in the mining business, we're eager to have skilled experts in Arizona join our group and help us bring mines and other modern sitThe opening function for the Scottsdale office highlighted speakers including Ran Krauss, CEO and Co-Founder of Airobotics; Sandra Watson, President and CEO of the Arizona Commerce Authority; Mayor of Scottsdale W.J. "Jim" Lane; and Belle Brown, Principal Technology Business Partner at BHP.
Participants were welcome to visit the office and watch an exhibit of Airobotics' mechanized drone framework. Airobotics wants to become the Scottsdale group to 80 workers before the finish of 2019, concentrating on selecting neighborhood innovation, activities and deals ability.
“We expect Airobotics to be a major player as the AZSkyTech Program continues to make great strides in deployment and usage of UAS,” said Sandra Watson, President & CEO of the Arizona Commerce Authority. “We welcome Airobotics to Arizona and look forward to working with the company on the further development of this cutting-edge technology.”
“We are glad to welcome Airobotics to their new North American headquarters in Scottsdale,” said Scottsdale Mayor W.J. “Jim” Lane. “As an innovative company focused on expanding the boundaries of new technologies and putting them to work, they could not have picked a better base of operations. Here, Airobotics will join similarly passionate and creative companies and benefit from Scottsdale’s positive business climate and world-class quality of life. We appreciate their choice of Scottsdale.”
“When an innovative international company like Airobotics chooses not only to expand here, but also establish its North American headquarters here, that says something about the endless opportunities available here in Arizona,” said Arizona Governor Doug Ducey. “We look forward to the company’s growth and welcome its contributions as we continue to develop Unmanned Aerial Systems technology in our state.”
Airobotics’ automated solution represents the next generation of drone operations, overtaking standard piloted services which are expensive, inaccurate and not always available. They were the first company worldwide to be granted authorization to fly fully automated pilotless drones, certified by Civil Aviation Authority of Israel. The startup has been experiencing a hyper-growth stage, raising $71M in funding to date and growing from 80 to 200 employees in its first year.
Airobotics has recently been honored by The Wall Street Journal as one of Top 25 Tech Companies to Watch in 2018 and as one of the world’s “Most Innovative Companies” by Fast Company. The company received Frost & Sullivan’s 2018 Global New Product Innovation Award and the 2017 Edison Award for innovation and excellence as well.
Airobotics has developed a pilotless drone solution, the first of its kind in the global market. Airobotics provides an end-to-end, fully automatic solution for collecting aerial data and gaining invaluable insights. The industrial grade platform is available on-site and on-demand, enabling industrial facilities to access premium aerial data in a faster, safer, more efficient way.
The team at Airobotics fuses expertise in aerospace hardware design, robust electronic systems, leading software engineering, and years of experience in commercial drone operations. This varied experience has allowed them to design a solution suited to address the needs of the world’s most complex industrial environments. To learn more, visit: www.airoboticsdrones.com and follow us on LinkedIn or Twitter.
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