Terra Drone has invested in Dutch drone services provider Skytools to offer both corporate and government clients with advanced drone solutions. The companies will partner to establish a drone hub in Rotterdam consisting of training facilities and research & development centres, reports suasnews.com.
Yuki Ueno, Head of Europe, Terra Drone Corporation, said, “Skytools are dedicated to providing drone-based solutions to clients and have contributed to the growth of the market. Our collaboration with the company will boost Terra Drone’s ability to create a better drone future.”
Skytools has 12 years experience in supplying a wide range of drone equipment. The company support clients to grow drone-based solutions within their organisation to enhance safety, efficiency and productivity. Skytools also work together with their clients on the New European rules and regulations from EASA (European Union Aviation Safety Agency) which can accelerate BVLOS (Beyond Visual Line of Sight) and night flights as well as on R&D such as fully automated drones (Drone in the box) and remotely operated utilising 5G.
Services such as surveying, inspections and surveillance will be developed further as part of the collaboration alongside Terra Drone Europe and Terra Inspectioneering.
Marko Van Es, CEO of Skytools, commented, “Working together with the Terra Drone group close to the Port of Rotterdam will offer our clients a strong partner for aerial services at their facilities. For Skytools this collaboration means that we can look further than the Dutch borders and expand a high level of service on a European and global scale.”
Skytools will also start providing military-grade fixed wings from C-Astral, a Terra Drone group company in Slovenia.
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