Emesent and Coptrz partner to provide local training in the UK

Emesent is excited to announce a new partnership with Coptrz, commercial drone experts based in Leeds, United Kingdom.

Coptrz works with organizations to provide a comprehensive drone solution with various drones, payloads, and software. They also offer professional drone training through their Coptrz Academy in ten locations across the UK and Ireland.

They will be adding Emesent’s award winning Hovermap to their suite of solutions as a UK and Ireland Hovermap Reseller.

“We’re looking forward to providing our customers with the advanced level of collision avoidance that Hovermap can bring to autonomous drone flights. And we know they’re really going to appreciate the high resolution point clouds it provides,” said Steve Coulson, Chief Commercial Officer and Co-founder of Coptrz.

Coptrz will also be helping Emesent work more closely with European customers by providing face-to-face training through their world-class academy.

Emesent CEO Dr Stefan Hrabar said the two companies were committed to working together to support their European customers.

“The partnership with Coptrz is a significant step in providing all Hovermap operators with local training. The Coptrz Academy is an excellent training provider, and we know that Hovermap users will benefit from their extensive knowledge and experience.”

This local support follows the recent opening of Emesent’s UK office, further expanding the company’s presence in Europe.

“The opening of our UK office marks another considerable milestone in our growth from a start-up to a global company with over 100 employees. This office will allow us to work more closely with our existing European partners in their quest to capture the previously inaccessible areas in the region safely and efficiently,” said Stefan.

Hovermap is already widely used throughout Europe and has captured point cloud data of many well-known structures, like the Porsche Museum and this metro station located in Stuttgart. Hovermap has also been used to keep personnel out of harm’s way and provide faster remediation and return to production when an LKAB mine in Sweden suffered a severe fall-of-ground by capturing the seismic-hit area.

To find out more about Coptrz and their offerings, visit their website.