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Inertial Labs Selects New Japanese Distributor

By Mike Ball / 15 Dec 2021
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Inertial Labs remote sensingInertial Labs continues to expand their portfolio into eastern Asia by partnering with Japanese remote sensing solution and service provider FLIGHTS Inc. This expansion has been driven by the growth of the autonomy and remote sensing industries, and Inertial Labs’ ability to produce navigation and remote sensing payload solutions that feature excellent price-to-performance ratios.

FLIGHTS is an innovator in the drone and robotics markets, and has extensive experience with end-users as a service provider in the Japanese market for remote sensing applications. The company offers services and products for commonly needed projects in sectors such as infrastructure inspection, land surveying, precision agriculture, and utility management.

Anton Barabashov, Inertial Labs’ Vice President of Business Development, commented: “Culture in Japan is different to many countries. They are patient in their decision making, and intentional in relationship building. This leads to rewarding business partnerships and collaborative efforts in research and development. We are most excited to not only have partners in the most technology-rich nation in the world, but to also work together with FLIGHTS Inc. to further develop our solutions to incorporate more autonomous features such as LiDAR-SLAM and optical flow algorithms.”

Hirosh Kashio, Executive Director of Engineering at FLIGHTS Inc., noted: “We are delighted to have found a reliable partner who shares common ambitions. Inertial Labs is a group of experts in manufacturing and developing of inertial systems, and we are very excited about the future of our relationship. With this partnership, FLIGHTS will not only offer its existing services but will also be able to quickly develop solutions that are needed “now” in a world where digital twins are becoming more and more familiar to us.”

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