Field maintenance and repair for service-drone USA awarded to Robotic Skies

service-drone USA, a German manufacturer of industrial-grade multirotor unmanned aerial systems (UASs), has selected Robotic Skies as its maintenance and repair provider for its airframes.

Like all Robotic Skies customers, service-drone USA will receive customized service, troubleshooting, and field repair of its UASs throughout the United States and Canada, according to company officials.

“In Europe, our robust, mission-proven, high-performance MULTIROTOR line is used in a wide range of commercial applications from surveying to wind turbine inspection, and from agriculture to cinematographic film and television,” said Dr. Bernd Lutz, CEO of service-drone USA. “While our multirotors are durable and operate effectively and reliably in even the harshest environments, we realize that every airframe needs repair and service over time. We are confident that Robotic Skies, with its comprehensive network of aviation maintenance professionals, can provide the level of service our customers expect from a company like service-drone.”

service-drone USA will select the optimal maintenance program for its UAS fleet, managed via the cloud-based Robotic Skies Service Software. The service software allows manufacturers to track the ongoing maintenance of their UAS’ airframes throughout the life of the craft, no matter where they are serviced within the Robotic Skies network. In addition, the service software provides performance and reliability data back to the manufacturer, where the information can be used as a basis for future airworthiness certifications and product enhancements.

“The potential for the UAS market is enormous, and the emerging commercial UAS fleet will need ongoing inspections, repair, and maintenance to assure reliability and safety,” said Brad Hayden, President and CEO of Robotic Skies. “service-drone USA and its customers will have the benefit of nationwide access to highly skilled and experienced aviation professionals to keep their UASs airborne.”

About General Aviation News Staff

Speak Your Mind

*