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Aeronavics

We design and make all of our industrial grade drones in Timaru, New Zealand. They are ruggedised and weather-tight for challenging environments, making them aerial workhorses that go anywhere and do things that other drones cannot. An Aeronavics drone is a commercial drone and as such differs from the more common consumer-grade drones. Our models are generally larger, more robust, offer better performance and are more flexible in terms of behaviour and their ability to integrate payloads. They do things that other drones cannot do. We are supplying drones to the agriculture sector, power and utilities companies, media organsiations, surveying and mapping businesses and to governments for civil infrastructure inspections. Our drone are multi-functional, meaning that can do more than one task just by swapping out the payload that sits under its body. Here are some examples of what functions an Aeronavics drone can perform: Transmission line inspection Fault detection Thermal inspection Solar power plants Cell tower inspection Wind turbines General mapping Digital terrain models Contour models Aerial topographic survey Land development projects Aerial photographs Bridge inspections Plant inspections Structural inspections Environmental inspections Emergency management Damage assessment Progress monitoring Inspect fences, gates and troughs Check waterways Locate distressed animals View inaccessible areas Weed control Animal counting Monitor crop health

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What do you love most about your job?

Helping people take their business to new heights and see things in a new way that improves efficiencies and productivity.

What inspired you to start your own business?

Aeronavics began as Droidworx in 2010 when its founders Linda Bulk and Rob Brouwer wanted a solution for taking images from the sky without using a helicopter.

Being the original global supplier of high-end carbon fibre airframes was the beginning of their journey into what was, back then, the infant drone industry.

Fast-forward a few years, a name change to Aeronavics and a move from Australia to New Zealand and the company was soon flying high with its custom-built innovative industrial grade aerial robotics solutions more commonly known as drones or Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs).

Our customers are spread all over the world but they are all in the utility, agricultural, security, public services, and mining sectors.
Linda and Rob are still active directors on the board but have handed over the running of the company to an executive team. The company has 12 full-time employees.

There are a few things that set us apart from overseas drone manufacturers. All our drones are designed and made in New Zealand, they incorporate US or Canadian-made 128 or 256-bit encrypted communications links, all models have onboard Linux computers for easy integration of custom payloads and are weather tolerant for harsh environments.

To ensure safety and reliability Aeronavics drones are IoT (Internet of Things) connected devices that have a vast array of internal sensors that report critical system data back to Aeronavics engineers to monitor overall health and airworthiness. Any anomalies can be reported to prevent incidents in flight – protecting our customers’ assets, people and property and keeping the New Zealand airspace safe.

Why should our clients choose you?

Our Kiwi-crafted drones can be operated in New Zealand weather conditions. Our knowledge and expertise in aviation saw us selected to be part of the Airspace Integration Trials Programme, collaborating with the government to help guide the future of unmanned systems in NZ airspace.

Can you provide your services online or remotely? If so, please add details.

We can update software remotely and we empower our drone users to carry out regular maintenance checks to ensure the aircraft remains in peak condition for optimal performance and more time the sky.

What changes have you made to keep your customers safe from Covid-19?

We follow all the guidelines and protocols set out by the Ministry of Health

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