Aerodyne pens agreement with Japanese Infrastructure Waymark


Japan Infrastructure Waymark, a wholly owned subsidiary of Nippon Telegraph and Telephone West, has signed an agreement with Aerodyne.

The UAV service provider will collaborate with JIW on drone-based services for infrastructure management, both within Japan and on behalf of overseas Japanese companies.

Commenting on the new partnership, CEO at Aerodyne, Kamarul A. Muhamad, commented: “Aerodyne is honoured and excited to enter into this collaboration with JIW. Our aim is not just to help develop and deliver drone-based enterprise solutions in Japan, but also for the global market – especially for Japanese companies operating outside Japan – working closely with JIW.”

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He added: “Our technology is being used globally to help drive digital transformation for management and inspections of key infrastructure assets. From national grid to solar, wind and more. A solution that makes business sense. A solution that is faster, better, cheaper and safer than the one that we replace.”

Aerodyne confirmed its strategy for Japan is to build on success and develop turnkey effective solutions for the market there.

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