DRONE VOLT Launches its surveillance drone Capable of several days of autonomy At the Nüremberg IWA fair

This innovative model will be unveiled for the first time at the DRONE VOLT booth (stand n° 435 Hall 9) at the Nuremberg IWA (Germany) from Friday March 4th to Monday the 7th of March 2016.

Villepinte, France march 3, 2016 - DRONE VOLT, French leader in professional drones, makes a technological advancement with its original professional drone Z18 UF (Unlimited Flight), capable of continuous surveillance of areas and events where security is a priority: Industrial sites with sensible infrastructures, road networks, rescue and search operations, support after natural disasters, crowds gatherings, etc.


This innovative model will be unveiled for the first time at the DRONE VOLT booth (stand n° 435 Hall 9) at the Nuremberg IWA (Germany) from Friday March 4th to Monday the 7th of March 2016.

About DRONE VOLT
Founded in 2011, DRONE VOLT established in France, Canada, Denmark, United States and Switzerland, is a company specialized in design and marketing of civilian drones for professional use. Global partner, it offers its customers business solutions "turnkey" including various services and flight training. The young company, which achieved a turnover of 3.5 million euros in 2015 (+ 105%), is the leading audiovisual drone. It provides also the administration and industry for the production of aerial photographs. Among its customers, the company account CERN, FRANCE TELEVISIONS, the Air Transport Gendarmerie (GTA), SPIE, TF1, FREEWAY PROD etc. DRONE VOLT is qualified as "Innovative Business" by Bpifrance.

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