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Measure Applauded by Frost & Sullivan for its Strategic Mix of Organic and Inorganic Growth Strategies in the Drone Services Provider Market

By admin In UAV News

13

May
2019

Measure Applauded by Frost & Sullivan for its Strategic Mix of Organic and Inorganic Growth Strategies in the Drone Services Provider Market

Measure

Based on its recent analysis of the global drone services provider market, Frost & Sullivan recognizes Washington DC-headquartered Measure with the 2019 Global Growth Excellence Frost Radar Award. The company is altering the way businesses make decisions using unmanned aerial systems (UAS) by offering a drone-agnostic, turnkey aerial intelligence solution. The range of services enabled by this solution includes mission planning, data collection, data processing, data analysis, and intelligence reporting.

“Measure’s growth has been fueled by successful partnerships with end users as well as product distributors. For instance, it acquired Pilatus Unmanned in order to gain engineering capabilities for developing a custom platform and payload solutions,” said Mike Blades, Vice President – Americas. “Similarly, it partnered with DJI, the world’s largest commercial UAS manufacturer, to enhance its technical capability and scale its enterprise drone operations across all relevant market verticals. The company is also actively engaging in and seeking partnerships with companies that are aspiring to advance beyond visual line of sight operations.”

Simultaneously, Measure continues to develop its Drone Toolkit, which features hardware, software, training, and support to help customers build their own in-house drone programs. The company’s latest solution for wind turbine inspections leverages autonomy, lidar technology, and high-resolution cameras to gather enterprise-grade data. For long-term growth, it is creating and/or optimizing procedures, best practices, and robust end-to-end software to present customers with valuable drone-related aerial intelligence services.

Measure also offers clients exceptional services. It keeps meticulous records of flight logs, pilot certifications, overall man-hours, platform hours, and many other metrics to ensure that operations are conducted in accordance with regulatory requirements and standard practices.

“Measure serves many markets; however, its featured industry solutions target wind, solar, power distribution/transmission, and oil and gas,” noted Blades. “It recently released version 2.0 of its Web-based Ground Control drone management software, which is platform-agnostic if corresponding flight telemetry data is uploaded to the system. These product launches and value-added services have made Measure richly deserving of the 2019 Global Growth Excellence Frost Radar Award.”

The Growth Excellence Best Practice Award is bestowed upon companies that are achieving high growth in an intensely competitive industry. This includes emerging companies making great strides in market penetration or seasoned incumbents holding on to their perch at the pinnacle of the industry.

Frost & Sullivan Best Practices Awards recognize companies in a variety of regional and global markets for demonstrating outstanding achievement and superior performance in areas such as leadership, technological innovation, customer service, and strategic product development. Industry analysts compare market participants and measure performance through in-depth interviews, analysis, and extensive secondary research to identify best practices in the industry.

Published at Mon, 13 May 2019 12:12:13 +0000

{articles|100|campaign}Terra Drone opens Angola branch due to high demand from oil and gas industry

Japan-based Terra Drone Corporation (CEO: Toru Tokushige), one of the world’s largest providers of industrial drone solutions, has extended its commitment to the African region by setting up a new branch, Terra Drone Angola. The decision to establish a permanent presence in Angola came after receiving multiple contracts from major oil and gas companies in West Africa.

Terra Drone’s expertise in drone-based flare inspection, thermal analysis, thermal leak detection, gas detection, and structural inspection allows it to provide high-quality data to oil and gas companies at a low cost. A major advantage of using drones for oil and gas industry is that unmanned technologies eliminate the need for any scaffolding and rope access or even costly shutdown of process plants.

Terra Drone Corporation is convinced that Angola has great potential in the commercial UAV market and the establishment of this new entity reinforces the company’s commitment to the Africa region. Takumi Shiokawa, Director, Terra Drone Angola, says, “The country is rich in both mineral resources like diamonds and underground resources like oil. The country is the second largest oil and gas producing nation in Africa. The economy of Angola is growing rapidly, and it is expected that the demand for topographic survey and inspection of oil and gas facilities and infrastructure development will increase significantly.”

As part of Terra Drone Corporation’s vast network of group companies, the new branch is well positioned to diversify its services beyond the oil and gas sector and offer solutions to all sectors of the Angolan economy as well as throughout Africa. Terra Drone Corporation envisions the Angola branch as its African technology base.

Noryvaldo de Almeida, Business Development Manager, Terra Drone Angola, says, “Offshore inspection expertise, cutting-edge UAV technologies, and extensive local knowledge will enable us to expand our customer base rapidly. We will contribute to local economic development through the provision of topographic survey services and equipment inspection services using drones.”

Terra Drone is known in the drone industry for its strategic collaborations with cutting-edge technology companies. Terra Drone already has more than 25 group companies in its network and this number is only growing. If you also want to support Terra Drone in its quest to generate aerial innovations that have a great impact on the society, write to [email protected] to learn more.

Published at Mon, 13 May 2019 11:29:47 +0000

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