Sky-Futures secures partnership deal to bring advanced drone inspection to the energy industry

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Sky-Futures, one of the world’s leading providers of drone-based inspection services, has locked in a new business partnership in a move to expand its presence in the energy inspection industry.

The company has teamed up with Global Energy Group, one of Scotland’s leading energy service companies, in a strategic partnership to offer end-to-end UAV inspection services to a wide range of industries, including oil and gas, renewables, utilities and civils.

The joint effort will provide clients with a suite of services to deliver cost-saving and time-efficient solutions with a blended inspection capability combining drones, experienced inspectors and artificial intelligence-powered data platform and data analytics tools.

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The partnership has already seen three Global Energy Group inspectors trained by Sky-Futures’ experienced instructors last month as drone camera operators at the Sky-Futures Training Academy.

Since the training, Sky-Futures’ and Global Energy Group’s integrated teams have already successfully deployed to Singapore and Italy.

James Harrison, co-founder and CEO at Sky-Futures, commented: “This partnership provides Sky-Futures and Global Energy Group’s client base unrivalled flexibility and depth of service in the marketplace. We are already successfully delivering client project internationally leveraging the strength of both companies and maximising the benefits to our clients.”

Based in Scotland and working worldwide, the Global Energy Group is an award-winning energy sector service group.

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