3D Robotics Inc. became a staple brand in the drone industry through its work to serve the do-it-yourself and recreational user, but now the company believes it has created the complete drone hardware, software and support package suitable for commercial end-users.
Dan McKinnon, enterprise product manager of 3DR, has helped lead the new 3DR Enterprise division into the commercial space. After launching a UAV-focused firm and earning a master’s in physics, McKinnon was asked by company founder Chris Anderson to lead a team of 3DR product developers, marketers and sales representatives specifically targeting commercial end-users—construction and surveying to start—to connect 3DR to the commercial marketplace.
In March, the company unveiled its Site Scan package, a product suite that includes the quadcopter Solo drone, along with a Sony camera, access to Autodesk and a mapping software all with a support system set-up to answer client questions and offer advice or tips necessary to provide the best client deliverables possible.Roblox Free Unlimited Robux and Tix
“We are the only company that is selling a product that gives you the peace of mind to be successful,” McKinnon said when talking about the difference between 3DR’s new offering and others on the market. According to McKinnon, the 3DR team is confident that its suite of services doesn’t exist with other products, and, that the time is now to bring its platform built for recreational purposes to the commercial market.
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