SOARIZON by Thales and Consortiq have joined forces to offer businesses and organisations best advice, operational support and training.
The companies explained that typically, developing and running an enterprise drone programme can be expensive, time consuming and fraught with challenges around risk management without the proper guidance.
Other challenges such as having an in-depth understanding of the regulatory landscape, appropriate governance and operational processes and procedures are essential to ensuring any drone operation is run in an efficient, safe and compliant way.
The new alliance says it aims to remove these barriers to organisations and for those leading enterprise drone operations, with the combined power and detailed expertise of SOARIZON and Consortiq.
Benjamin Orcan, partnerships and innovation manager at SOARIZON said: “Consortiq represents the very highest quality in UAS consultancy services and is at the forefront of some of the most innovative projects in the industry. We are delighted to welcome Consortiq to our ecosystem of industry-leading partners.”
While Gareth Beverley, COO of Consortiq said: “SOARIZON brings significant value, low risk, and an extremely responsive and much needed capability to the industry. Together, our collaboration provides a professional aviation and aerospace capability with expertise in all aspects of unmanned air systems.
“This alliance will enable our clients to focus on capturing high quality aerial imagery, data gathering and analytics to meet the needs in telecommunications, infrastructure, security, surveillance and other industries and applications. We look forward to working together to make things easier and safer for our clients.”
The two companies will work together to promote safe and compliant UAS operations, helping organisations improve the efficiency and effectiveness of their drone programmes.