Sky-Drones collaborates with Canada’s Terranova Aerospace

Sky-Drones announces its product range, including cutting-edge autopilot SmartAP AIRLink, is now available on UAVs manufactured by Terranova Aerospace Solutions. The partnership brings about a range of capabilities from Sky-Drones’ technology advancements for the benefit of Terranova Aerospace’s customers and clients among others.

This partnership will benefit a multitude of drone users across the globe for the defence and security sectorsexplains Kirill Shilov, CEO and Founder of Sky-Drones. Terranova Aerospace are one of the leading innovators and technology sources supporting the war fighter and unmanned vehicle demands in Canada, the United States and Europe. Renowned for their expertise in Сyber Security, Terranova Aerospace provides its users with products from the likes of DroneShield, and this champion in the defence field knows no bounds with the integrated technologies from Sky-Drones.

We are excited to be displaying and utilising these ground-breaking technologies from the Sky-Drones team. Our clients will hugely benefit from the advancements the UK company has made in recent years to aid projects for public safety, fire and rescue, maritime, aerial and combatstates James Castle, CEO of Terranova Aerospace. 

The capabilities that Terranova will harvest from the use of Sky-Drones’ AIRLink hardware among its cooperative software for fleet control, mission planning and post-flight analytics will allow their unmanned vehicles to accomplish missions and reach targets that have previously been unreachable. Such capabilities Terranova can expect from this integration include a unified controller for UGV, UAV and UUVs, drone meshing abilities through network connectivity, and the benefits that come from being part of the Sky-Drones Ecosystem with compatible products and service providers.

Partnering with Terranova Aerospace, part of the Terranova Defence Group, presents Sky-Drones with connections to for-profit and not-for-profit organisations within the NATO hub, government agencies, and contacts that await technologies this UK organisation have long been able to provide. Both CEOs of these influential organisations have come together to declare the partnership to be “advantageous for both companies and its clients and users alike, by providing the most advanced technologies available within the market to date to better not only the defence and security sectors, but delivery, agriculture and inspections alike”.