If you ever needed confirmation that we really are living in the future, all you need to do is look through the ASX listed tech companies and what they’re doing. The scope of our technological capabilities is downright impressive.
One company that might be of interest is Delta Drone International (ASX: DLT), a global Drones-as-a-Service (DaaS) provider that services the mining, agriculture, security and engineering industries.
Delta Drone is expanding its training operations into Namibia to enhance current drone operations for enterprise companies through their training brand, Drone Safety & Legal.
The fully accredited training courses, which vary in breadth, run between 5 and 21 days and cover all aspects of drone operation including drone capabilities, data integration, servicing, safety and compliance.
The Company has found that these courses often help enterprise companies realise the scope of the service offered by Delta and allows them to make decisions about whether they want to outsource their drone operations to Delta, or invest in and develop their own in-house training and programs.
With the advent of remote learning, the Company is hoping to expand their enterprise course offering from 15 per year.
Should companies choose to outsource, Delta is able to provide a host of commercial drone services through their three global brands. Services include aerial surveying and mapping, security and surveillance as well as blast monitoring and fragment analysis through AI. They are also able to facilitate drone flights for crowd monitoring in urban areas and ‘beyond visual line of sight’ missions. They boast timely data turnaround within 24 hours, allowed by their proprietary technology.
Delta Drone International CEO, Christopher Clark believes that “[they] are in a unique position to create courses that not only educate inhouse drone operators on the innovative ways drones can be used to improve business operations, but also consult on industry best-practice”
Clark also highlighted the growing demand for their service, saying “Drone data services are increasingly becoming an integral part of the agriculture, mining and engineering sectors, in creating much faster and credible data analysis. Using our expertise in the areas of aerial surveying and mapping, industrial inspections and precision farming, we look forward to contributing to the long-term career paths of drone pilots within these sectors.”
Goldman Sachs forecast the total drone market size to be worth $100 billion, aided by the growing demand from the commercial and government sectors.