SkyHopper by Mobilicom Secures Design Win with UK UAV Manufacturer Clogworks Technologies

This is the first design win for SkyHopper in the UK and ninth overall with exposer to global sales potential of Clogworks’ Dark Matter® hX. SkyHopper PROV and PRO products are fully integrated on Dark Matter® hX platform.

SkyHopper by Mobilicom is pleased to announce it has secured a new design win with UAV manufacturer Clogworks Technologies Limited.


Clogworks is a UK manufacturer with in-house expertise to design and manufacture unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) intended for the security and surveillance applications.

The new design win will see SkyHopper PROV and SkyHopper PRO integrated into Clogworks' Dark Matter® hX platform. Dark Matter® hX comes with a fully autonomous navigation capability coupled with long flight times and powerful Smart-AP-Clogworks mission planning software that make it perfect for ultra-long-range missions.

This marks the ninth design win for SkyHopper, now exceeding its first-year target plan of eight. It positions the company for important market share in the growing commercial and industrial drone sector.

Mobilicom CEO Oren Elkayam commented: "This is our first design win in the UK, further expanding SkyHopper's global presence and positioning. We are happy to deliver SkyHopper's holistic approach to the UK and to continue the relationship with Clogworks as they win key accounts in the UK and the US."

Coming to the Colorado Convention Center in Denver, CO for the AUVSI XPONENTIAL 2018 from April 30th through May 3rd, Mobilicom will showcase the all new SkyHopper VU.

For additional information about the SkyHopper VU, please visit our website: http://www.skyhopper.biz or contact us directly at: marketing.mobilicom.com

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