Robotic Skies Partners with Emesent

By Mike Ball / 27 Jan 2022

Robotic Skies has entered into a new service partnership with drone technology company Emesent that will allow users in the Americas to get their Emesent products serviced and repaired locally.

Robotic Skies provides professional maintenance, repair, and inspection programs to keep UAS (unmanned aircraft systems) running safely and productively. In addition, their technicians have received extensive training on Emesent products. The Robotic Skies network of over 140 service centers through the Americas will now support Emesent products as their use and need for maintenance continues to grow.

Emesent’s flagship product, Hovermap, is an autonomy and mapping payload capable of capturing high resolution LiDAR data above ground or underground, indoors or out. Hovermap’s proven autonomy functions allow it to fly supported drones, like the DJI M210, DJI M300 or Acecore Zoe, beyond line of sight and communication range — even in challenging GPS-denied environments.

Robotic Skies will provide Emesent customers with maintenance and service for their Hovermap units or drones purchased through Emesent. Emesent customers that require maintenance or a service on their Hovermap or drone should get in touch with the Emesent Success Team through their Customer Portal.

Brad Hayden, Founder and CEO of Robotic Skies, commented: “We’re excited to add Emesent’s advanced UAS and LiDAR technologies to our extensive support capabilities, and we look forward to helping customers throughout America stay ready for any mission.”

Jim Stuart, Emesent’s Senior Vice President of Sales & Customer Success, said that the partnership will allow Emesent customers to get back to work sooner and help ensure an even better customer experience: “Partnering with Robotic Skies expands our ability to provide our customers with timely support and ensure their Emesent products remain dependable. It shows our commitment to supporting all of our customers across the United States.”

Posted by Mike Ball Mike Ball is our resident technical editor here at Unmanned Systems Technology. Combining his passion for teaching, advanced engineering and all things unmanned, Mike keeps a watchful eye over everything related to the unmanned technical sector. With over 10 years’ experience in the unmanned field and a degree in engineering, Mike’s been heading up our technical team here for the last 8 years. Connect & Contact