Delair to focus on further expansion with ex-Intel drone director appointment


Delair has announced the appointment of Baptiste Tripard to the position of VP for global business development.

The experienced tech executive was most recently the director of strategy & business development of the drone group at Intel.

At Delair, he will focus on the company’s further expansion into the enterprise market with its comprehensive and industry-specific solutions for collecting, managing and analysing visual data to accelerate the digital transformation of companies.

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Tripard will be a featured speaker at this week’s AirWorks Conference where he will speak about leveraging the power of drone data and AI to generate high-value business insights.

In his talk, he will discuss the need for the integration and optimization of geospatial data using robust, cloud-based platforms for processing large amounts of data and driving sophisticated analytics tools.

Michael de Lagarde, CEO of Delair, commented: “Through his deep knowledge of how geospatial technologies are evolving, Baptiste brings a keen understanding of the way enterprises can better utilize visual data from a wide range of sources to gain more insightful business analysis and optimize their operations. He has the experience and expertise to help our customers grow their visual data strategy.”

Tripard added: “The platform is establishing a new standard for how visual data can be managed in the cloud at the enterprise level, and making aerial intelligence a more accessible option for all types of companies. Delair’s rich history of innovation with drones and data solutions, combined with its open ecosystem philosophy and strong data science expertise, make it well-positioned to push the boundaries of the geospatial industry and create a new era where automated visual data analysis becomes very common in any business thanks to cloud technology.”

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