Aerodyne Group expands to Austria, Switzerland and Germany in partnership with QUANTO and Taku International
Collaboration will allow Aerodyne to provide its products and services to potential customers in the three countries
• Collaborate on logistics solutions for life sciences, maritime industries in Malaysia • Drone tech promises rapid, flexible, safe, and environmentally-friendly deliveries
Four years into building Poladrone, Cheong Jin Xi shares a key lesson learnt so far: “Having a strong peer support group to bounce ideas and opinions with, is extremely important. As we entrepreneurs are involved in the business every single day, it is easy to lose perspective and make wrong decisions,” he warns.
Workaholic relies on family as support system to cope with work pressure Morphing away from drone platforms to high-impact Unmanned Aerial Systems
Aerodyne-Celcom collaborate to develop 5G-based drone tech solutions for smart cities and agriculture
Celcom strategy to strengthen links with local digital entrepreneurs Aerodyne to jointly explore, develop solutions using 5G technology
Part of realignment of objectives based on strategic blueprint Able to better focus resources to support rapid global scale-up
Will pay US$1.13 million (RM4.725 million) in cash for 3,442,500 shares.
Inks MoU with Mata Aerotech, a joint venture between Malaysian and Taiwanese companies.
Kamarul Muhamed treads the path not taken by offering business solutions to client pain points instead of standard imaging services.
Pre-Series B amount undisclosed but one of most significant by US$45mil size fund Aerodyne Group leading AI powered DaaS (Drone as a Service) & SaaS solutions provider