Tough competition drives new pricing model for Consortiq


Bespoke unmanned vehicles specialist Consortiq has restructured the pricing of one of its key services in response to the growth within the UK’s commercial landscape over recent years.

The drone-based solutions company, which was one of the first of its kind to enter the market in 2015, has said that since then, the marketplace has become a lot more competitive as end users have access to a much broader spectrum of choice.

In response to the shift within the commercial UAV landscape in the UK, Consortiq has announced its flagship training programme scheme, the UAQ Fast Track, will now be priced at £999 + VAT, effective as of Friday 13 April.

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A spokesperson for the company said: “Consortiq has much more to say about the future of drones and our vision is clear: provide the knowledge and tools to enable highly automated, and ultimately autonomous, drone fleets to operate safely in all environments.

“We believe the human’s role as pilot will change over time and consequently, the training required will need to adapt. That’s why we developed CQNet, the most efficient way to manage your drone operations. Our web and mobile apps include powerful flight planning tools, airspace advisories, checklists, logs and safety management features.”


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