Delair signs distribution agreement with Cansel
Delair has signed a distribution agreement with Cansel to offer its UX11 long-range fixed wing UAS for the Canadian market, the company announced on 19 June.
Under the agreement, full-service surveying and mapping solutions provider Cansel will provide sales, service support and customer advice for the Delair UX11 - a photogrammetric professional mapping UAS solution.
The two companies are also planning to expand the agreement to include the entire product line of Delair. Delair has received Transport Canada certification for its entire portfolio of fixed-wing UAS, and Cansel is a certified drone operator per the regulations of Transport Canada.
The companies will aim to meet the wide-area mapping and surveying needs of the Canadian market with the UX11's long-range aerial viewing and data collection capabilities paired with Cansel's complementary services, such as training, integration of air- and ground-based technologies and processing via cloud-based services and desktop solutions.
The UX11 is capable of onboard data processing, PPK-as-you-go and both wireless and cellular communications to ensure survey-grade results anywhere. The UAS can also perform beyond visual line-of-sight operations.
Marta Jubero, channel sales director, Delair, said: ‘The Canadian market is an exciting one for UAVs and we see the ability to bring great value to business operations there. From agriculture to mining to construction, transportation and oil and gas, our track record of improving efficiencies through insightful analysis of data will be an important part of what Cansel can now offer.’
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