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New markets, more pilots for Sky-Futures

11th March 2016 - 14:18 GMT | by Richard Thomas in London


Unmanned aerial system (UAS) inspection provider Sky-Futures will expand its pilot numbers and technological base, following the signing of a ‘strategic partnership’ with Bristow Group.

News of the expansion has come to light after the announcement last month of a $4.2 million investment in Sky-Futures by Bristow, which will now allow the rotary service company to move into UAS inspection services.

A spokesperson for Sky Futures said: ‘The partnership refers to our UAV inspection activities, where we already have many mutual clients and will collaborate further in the application of the service across both client bases. The strategic partnership will

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Richard Thomas


Richard Thomas

Richard Thomas is the Senior Editor, Naval at Shephard Media. Richard joined the company in …

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