Sky-Futures takes off with ‘industry-first’ drone-to-go operation

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A specialist provider of drone-based inspection services to global industrial markets is launching an industrial drone inspection service to enable UAV capabilities for enterprise organisations within the next three months.

Sky-Futures, one of the world’s leading providers of drone-based inspection solutions, has announced the launch of ‘Drone-To-Go’, a full package drone solution.

The offering stands out from the market by providing companies with a physical drone systems, as well as with a complete package, including drone pilot training, regulatory support, software and services to ensure Enterprise-ready deployment.

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With its new solution, Sky-Futures aims to enable businesses to be up and running quickly with a drone-based inspection capability supporting their specific market sector needs.

Sky-Futures CEO, James Harrison, said: “We’re offering both the strategy and the capability to roll out a programme in less than three months, rather than the 12-18 months minimum of going it alone, which entails a lot more cost.

“The drones marketplace is still new, and if businesses are going to reap the radical cost and efficiency benefits of drones they need more than the best hardware and software; they also need advice and guidance to embark on the right strategy.

“So when a company wants a drone inspection capability, we’ll provide a one-stop-shop for everything needed to get up and running in record time, while making our leading drone software available too.”

Harrison has worked closely with the UK’s Department of Industry and Trade (DIT) and was invited on a recent UK Prime Minster-led trade mission to Japan.

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