Microdrones acquires Aircam UAV Technology
Microdrones has announced that it completed the acquisition of Chinese UAS developer Aircam UAV Technology in December 2018.
The Aircam brand and corporate identity will now change to Microdrones and all aspects of the business will be directed by the Microdrones global leadership team.
Aircam and Microdrones have worked together for many years and now its acquisition will enable Microdrones to offer its technology, products and solutions throughout Asia.
Microdrones offers UAS designed for professional applications as well as integrated sensors, software and workflow, service, training and support.
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