Atmos UAV, the fast-growing Dutch drone manufacturer that develops high-end VTOL fixed-wing drones for surveying and mapping applications, further expands its distributor network in Europe and signs a reseller agreement with GeoSense. GeoSense will be responsible for the distribution of Marlyn drones in Greece and Cyprus, and will provide assistance and first-line maintenance services to operators.
Founded in 2002, GeoSense is considered as the most experienced company in trade, design and development of professional drones in Greece. It operates as an officially licensed Training Center for UAS (multirotor & fixed wing) by C.A.A. (Civil Aviation Authority), and had been an official photogrammetry trainer licensed by the Swiss Pix4D. Next to its activities as a trading company, GeoSense also carries out large scale projects as a service provider and acts as a consulting company in the fields of GIS, surveying, precision agriculture, and environmental monitoring to name a few.
“Our mission is to become a key player in the blooming market of civilian drones providing turn-key solutions according to the end-user needs.“ said Vassilis Polychronos, Founder and CTO at GeoSense. “VTOL drone technology is gaining a lot of traction and we see Marlyn as the most reliable and mature solution in the field” he concluded.
“It is great to have GeoSense on board!” commented Kosana Markovic, Inside Sales for the Geospatial Industry at Atmos UAV. “Being trusted and represented by such experienced distributors is a sign that we are moving in the right direction” she added.
Marlyn is the first fully autonomous hybrid (VTOL & Fixed-wing) drone for mapping and surveying. With its patented design that combines the best of both worlds, Marlyn can take-off vertically from anywhere, and map fast and efficiently producing high quality outputs for professional users. It is the only drone in its class that is built to perform even in harsh and windy conditions, while its easily swappable payloads provide operators with an unprecedented flexibility. Register to our upcoming live webinar and find out how you can get cm-accurate data using Marlyn.