Not a conventional technology company, but Cranfield University has been a progressive force in the industry with its work over the last year and it promises to continue that into 2019. The institution is an exclusively-postgraduate university and offers UAV programmes that focus specifically on key verticals such as aerospace, defence, security, energy, environment, agrifood, management, manufacturing, transport systems and water. As part of its drone work, Cranfield University has recently partnered with an EU-led project to test if the European Union is ready to deal with the imminent implementation and scale-up of drone operations. The work will start in
Its main market is in industrial inspection, where it aims to alleviate having to send people to dangerous and confined spaces for the inspection of power generation, oil and gas, maritime, and chemical infrastructures.
Rusta offers an unmatched variety of courses, created for individuals, companies and public entities from all industries and academic levels and also offers national level accreditation with NVQ level 3 & 4.
The VTOL fixed wing UAV has been used across the industry in a variety of international ventures lately and promises to continue to do so in the UK next year with the assistance and market expertise of AlphaGeo.
ConsortiQ has offices in both the UK and USA. It defines itself as a drone training and unmanned technology management firm which sets out to help organisations put drones safely in the sky. The company’s training programme, drone logbook and safety management software has already helped thousands of organisations fly safely with a CAA PfCO accreditation and it is bidding to expand on that in 2019. CQNET is the company’s latest software programme and has been designed to make managing UAV operations highly efficient. It is focused on enabling safer, more scalable operations and ensuring compliance. The technology allows clients