Consortiq and Optelos shake hands on partnership to target efficiency

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Two drone specialists have joined forces in a bid to provide a solution to better support enterprise users’ data management needs.

It was announced today that Optelos, a US-based provider of visual data management and AI analytics software, has signed a collaboration agreement with Consortiq.

The collaboration will see Optelos incorporate Consortiq’s drone fleet management software, CQNet, to support the management of UAV missions where its clients transform large volumes of unstructured data into valuable insights.

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The companies hope the partnership will enable organisations to better manage large scale UAV operations while using Optelos Drone Work Advisor platform to deliver actionable answers from drone data.

David Tran, CEO and co-founder of Optelos, said: “This will enhance our ability to provide a comprehensive and scalable UAS workflow solution from fleet operations management all the way to data analytics delivery.

“By partnering with Consortiq we are able to deliver a unified platform that helps our customers safely and efficiently operate their entire drone program.”

Paul Rigby, CEO and one of the founders of Consortiq, added: “Our focus is on the importance of risk mitigation and safety. We hope that taking our operational experience and integrating CQNet further enhances Optelos’ analytics and visual data management platform, providing further safety to Optelos’ client’s drone flight missions.”

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