We offer clients independent, solution-agnostic expertise. We advocate safe and innovative drone roadmaps. Drones are part of digital transformation. So beyond safety, our objective is to help clients transform disruptive innovation into a competitive advantage and value creation. Equally important, we share with our clients a vision of technology with a sense of purpose, that truly adds value for everyone.
I. Build inhouse expertise
Management training, masterclasses
Whether you are an end-user organisation, a local or regional authority, or even a player in the drone industry, your operational and management teams need to build inhouse expertise and acquire foundation knowledge.
Equally, regulations and technologies are moving fast, it is also important to keep up with the pace of change.
Key aeronautical safety principles
II. Plan compelling use cases and services
Value creation. Business model
Technologies available commercially
III. Test, then operate, then scale
Agnostic insight into best-in-class solutions, offered by international companies and start-ups alike
Data value extraction
The drone market is still emerging. The market is regulated and the framework is rapidly evolving. Numerous technical solutions are available on the market, it is essential to appraise their performance.
Drones are part of the digital transformation
Drones are "eyes in the sky" to source image and data
They create value as a tool for digitisation and automation of operations. They were used in the audiovisual professional sector for wedding photography or video shootage of wildlife documentaries. Gradually, embedded software and image processing software became more and more sophisticated, and professional drones became relevant in agriculture, infrastructure inspection, construction, emergency services ... the benefit of drones as professional tools applied to a wide array of business fields. These applications are all about sourcing images or information from the sky.
Next: drones performing actions or transporting goods?
Tomorrow, as the autonomous revolution develops, autonomous drones will be able to transport goods over long distances. Yet, in terms of aeronautical safety, there is a gap between on one hand a drone of a few hundred grams evolving within line of sight under the control of its remote pilot, and on the other hand a heavier aircraft evolving automatically beyond visual line of sight. The technological challenge is tremendous and exciting.
Improve access to clinical pathology diagnosis for all Cerba HealthCare (Issy Les Moulineaux – France) and The Drone Office (London – United-Kingdom) announced the publication of their collaborative White Paper on opportunities and challenges of using aerial drones to support medical logistics. The teams identified 4 use cases where drones would be a powerful alternative […]
Améliorer l’accès pour tous au diagnostic de biologie médicale Cerba HealthCare (Issy Les Moulineaux – France) et The Drone Office (Londres – Royaume-Uni) annoncent ce jour la publication de leur Livre Blanc développé en open innovation. Il analyse les enjeux et défis des drones en support de la logistique des prélèvements en biologie médicale. Il […]
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Afrique : le potentiel de création de valeur des drones y est considérable. Discutons-en à l’Afterwork HEC – X franco-africain
Sa géographie s’y prête bien: des grandes distances et, si l’on met de côté les grandes métropoles, des territoires à densité modérée. Les drones sont un levier de transformation pour relever certains défis auxquels font face des pays en Afrique. L’optimisation des récoltes agricoles par analyse des cultures et des sols La lutte contre le […]