Very informative interview with Lucas Van Oostrum, CTO & Co-Founder of the Aerialtronics Drone Company. Aerialtronics produce the Altura Zenith drones, which are high tech, have long flight times and can carry heavy payloads.
If you’re looking at starting a drone business or trying to understand why the drone market is growing, this interview is very insightful.
When companies approach Aerialtronics, they don’t look for a drone. They look for a solution to a problem. Aerialtronics provide a full solution from consultancy, training, selection of drone, the payload and software.
Drones Save Lives And Time
From this interview, you realize that there are so many uses for drones. Lucas discusses a recent report, showing there were over 100 deaths in recent years from surveying cellphone masts. Using drones for site surveys prevents injury and loss of life. You also save time. To survey a high rise building or cellphone masts in a stadium can take 2 to 3 weeks by erecting scaffolding. A drone takes 3 hours.
Drones For Training Falcons And Flying Diamonds
Even Lucas has been surprised by some of the queries he has received. How about drones delivering diamonds in Antwerp or a requirement for a drone to look like a pigeon to train falcons.
Aerialtronics designs, produces and services unmanned aircraft systems. Aerialtronics’ core product line is the Altura Zenith drones, which are renowned for reliability, stability and versatility. Quality, innovation and safety are the key pillars of Aerialtronics. They in-house design and develop according to aviation grade quality standards which enables Aerialtronics to produce safe yet advanced premium quality unmanned aircraft systems consistently.
Aerialtronics’ systems can be applied to a wide variety of industry segments including; Safety & Security, Inspection, Creative, Surveying & Mapping, Agriculture and Research. Aerialtronics has an extensive development road map and is committed to improve the operations of all its customers.
Management Team Of Aerialtronics
Jeremy Wigmore: Chief Executive Officer.
Robin van de Putte: Founder and Chief Marketing Officer.
Lucas van Oostrum: Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer.
The interview is a little over 7 minutes and worth every minute. The interviewer is Jonathan Downey, CEO of Airware.
Here is another video of Lucas Van Oostrum from Aerialtronics speaking at the TEDx Hague academy about the future of drones.