Itchimi-Asia to Distribute SmartC2 VirtualAirBoss Aviation Software

By Caroline Rees / 18 Mar 2015
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MultiRotor Service DroneSmartC2 Inc., a developer of aviation software solutions, has announced a new distribution agreement for its VirtualAirBoss™ software with Itchimi-Asia, a Singapore-based distributor of the MultiRotor Service-Drone, a German-engineered Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) used for multiple industrial purposes. Itchimi-Asia will distribute the VirtualAirBoss to its customers who urgently need an integrated software platform to manage the massive amount of images and data they generate from their drone operations. These customers fly UAVs for inspection and surveillance operations in petrochemical, film/TV, and precision agriculture, or for other purposes in diverse industries.

According to Philip von Meyenburg, Managing Partner of Itchimi-Asia, “Our customers understand the value of using an integrated UAV-asset and flight management system that can manage flight permits, clients, scheduling, flight safety, payload data, reporting and emergency response, all in one place. These customers are revolutionizing maintenance and inspection processes, making them safer, more effective, and significantly reducing costs and downtime. VirtualAirBoss is exactly the type of platform they need for bringing together and managing their business information. We will be looking forward to further integrating VirtualAirBoss into the regional regulatory framework and working with local civil aviation authorities to stream-line the flight application process for our customers.”

According to Stuart Rudolph, President and CEO of SmartC2 Inc., “UAVs are already drastically changing the way companies do business, especially dirty, dangerous, dull or distant operations. Energy and power companies, and precision agriculture are among the first to take advantage of the operational data management that VirtualAirBoss provides for drone-acquired inspections and survey data. Increasingly miniaturized cameras and sensors will continue to open new markets for all sorts of remote-controlled vehicles to increase safety and compliance. Itchimi-Asia is ahead of the curve in opening industrial markets to new methods of reducing risk and costs for dangerous jobs.”

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