GeoCue has announced a new partnership with Acecore Technologies, a prominent European designer and manufacturer of professional UAV systems. This collaboration allows Acecore Technologies to integrate GeoCue's TrueView 3D Imaging Sensors with its drones, paving the way for advanced aerial data collection solutions in Europe.
Both companies, recognized for their tailored solutions in the drone surveying domain, bring unique expertise to the table. While Acecore adapts its well-established drone platform to house additional hardware and functionalities per client needs, GeoCue specializes in integrating LiDAR technology with advanced sensors. The end goal is to offer customized software designed for producing high-quality deliverables.
This joint effort implies a new level of customization, integrating TrueView payloads with the Acecore platform seamlessly. This enhancement aids customers in surmounting aerial surveying challenges by improving their data collection precision. Open to client feedback, both Acecore and GeoCue are keen to incorporate added functionalities based on distinctive project needs.
Established in 2013, Acecore Technologies has carved a niche for itself by emphasizing performance and reliability in the international airspace. Their portfolio includes handcrafted, carbon fiber drones suitable for varied applications such as LiDAR, mapping, inspection, security, and more. Jorrit Linders, Acecore Technologies' CEO, highlighted their dedication to quality. He mentioned, "All our drones are meticulously handcrafted in the Netherlands, emphasizing stability and a zero-error margin."
Acecore's drone lineup consists of three primary platforms: Zoe, Noa, and Neo. Each drone is designed keeping diverse applications and industries in mind, ensuring versatility in solutions. Notably, Acecore drones come equipped with advanced features such as F9P L1/L2 GPS receivers, with options for upgrading to a dual GPS setup. This facilitates accurate flight performance and heading correction. Additionally, the drones include an industry-standard payload bay, ensuring optimum vibration isolation for the TrueView 3D Imaging Sensors.
Vincent Legrand, Vice President of Global Sales at GeoCue, expressed his satisfaction with the collaboration. He noted,
"Integrating Acecore’s drone platforms with our TrueView 3D Imaging Systems broadens the options available to our European clientele for aerial surveys, mapping, and data collection."
Legrand also emphasized GeoCue's dedication to teaming up with leading drone providers like Acecore, aiming to equip customers with state-of-the-art solutions. This recent partnership reinforces GeoCue's promise to supply the drone mapping industry with innovative solutions.