Get to Know Our Early Partners
Parallel Flight Technologies' list of initial customers has continued to grow, with multiple companies exploring commercial partnerships. We want to introduce you to three of these companies and share how they are planning to utilize our heavy-lift platform.
Infravision is a technology company that specializes in developing innovative hardware and software solutions for industrial applications in energy transmission and distribution. The Australian company is working to accelerate the adoption of unmanned systems to revolutionize the way renewable energy resources are connected to the world’s electricity grids.
Infravision intends to partner with Parallel Flight to use our heavy-lift drones for powerline stringing applications. By utilizing drones for their powerline stringing solution, Infravision aims to reduce human risk, reduce environmental impact and increase productivity.
SkyTEM is a leading airborne geophysical survey company offering the acquisition and advanced processing of transient electromagnetic (TEM), magnetic and radiometric data. Airborne Instruments ApS, part of the SkyTEM group, has created unique sensors for airborne surveys that have been used to map all of the underground water resources in Denmark, and they deploy their systems worldwide.
Airborne Instruments ApS has signed an LOI with Parallel Flight Technologies and intends to use our heavy-lift drones to carry their sensors for mapping underground water resources. The ability to reveal the availability and movement of water is a huge asset for countries and communities wanting to manage resources and respond to natural disasters.
BeadedStream is a designer, manufacturer and distributor of world-class temperature monitoring solutions for multi-use industrial applications. BeadedStream's product pipeline offers best-in-class temperature measurement and monitoring solutions, allowing customers to rapidly deploy digital temperature cables and loggers in the field and then collect, store and analyze the data in the BeadedSteam cloud.
The Alaska-based company is planning on using PFT's long duration, heavy lift aircraft to deliver sensors in remote areas for monitoring ground temperature. This will be useful for studying permafrost for environmental and industrial applications.
Parallel Flight Technologies is on the cusp of commercialization, with plans to deliver drones to our first customers in 2021. You can help accelerate our growth and own a stake in PFT by investing in our Regulation A+ Campaign!
Thank you for your continued support as we prepare to deliver unmanned systems to save lives, property, and the environment.
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