Microdrones expands into Australasia

By Andy Brown11 September 2018

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The md4-1000 from Microdrones in action

Microdrones has expanded its global footprint, with dedicated resources to support Australia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea.

The team currently consists of a sales and customer service presence and the groundwork for rapid expansion.

Microdrones President, Vivien Heriard-Dubreuil, said, “We are focusing on our commitment to develop the commercial drone business here.

”This region has long been a pioneer in the commercial drone industry in terms of regulatory foresight, as well as technology adoption.”

Professionals in Australia have been deploying Microdrones solutions for geomatics, construction, mining and inspection for more than a decade.

Microdrones global sales director, Mike Hogan, commented, “Australian Customers rely on this technology daily. We’re committing people, infrastructure and time to support marketing, training, and technical support.”

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