Fortress UAV launches maintenance program to help drone users


Fortress UAV has launched a preventative maintenance program to help drone users take care of their drones.

The program will provide customers with drone maintenance schedules which include industry standard maintenance checklists.

Fortress UAV is a provider of drone repair services and hopes this initiative will rival those of manned aircraft maintenance systems.

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The scheme, named Fortress UAV Protect, has been described by the company as a nose-to-tail preventative maintenance service.

It will also provide check points specific to the particular drone model being serviced.

Currently, drone models included in the maintenance program are the DJI Mavic Pro, the DJI Phantom 4, the DJI Inspire 1, the DJI Inspire 2, the DJI Matrice 600 and the DJI Matrice 200/210.

Fortress have promised that more models will soon be added to the list.

Brendon Mills, CEO, said: “At Fortress UAV, we are always in pursuit of new and innovative services that provide our customers with the support they need and the peace of mind they deserve.”

The company says the aim of the program is to help customers lessen costs by maximizing the lifespan of their drone assets, ensure drones are flight-ready and have maximum uptime, and get a step ahead of any FAA mandated UAS maintenance reporting regulations.

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