Drone Destination is an integrated UAV group, headquartered at New Delhi, operating out of multiple locations in India and abroad. The core objective of the group is to build a drone-empowered ecosystem covering an array of activities such as training & licensing, design & manufacturing, services & consulting.
Backed by Indian Aviation pioneers and investors, the group envisages to generate large-scale employment, develop new economic centers and establish a strong “Make in India” foothold within the burgeoning UAV industry.
We provide a vast range of specialist aerial services and operate within numerous industrial and commercial sectors and challenging environments, delivering a complete aerial inspection and survey solution within this exciting and innovative industry. We have been offering drone-powered solutions globally to sectors such as oil and gas, mining, power, utilities, wind, infrastructure, construction and engineering.
Our R&D team has been working for more than 3 years to unleash the true power of drone-based industrial solutions by developing advanced-autonomous drone technology integrated with hybrid VTOL (vertical take-off and landing) UAVs. We are pushing each day the degree of drone autonomy by mixing robotization, artificial intelligence, embedded electronics and latest generation sensors.
Our expert drone consultancy team has a total experience of over 200 years across commercial, safety, legal and technical aspects of the Aviation eco-system. We have helped businesses identify, design and implement bespoke drone-based solutions.
With licensed drone-training instructors on-board, and a DGCA-licensed drone training curriculum underway, we intend to offer both familiarization and licensed drone-trainings within our training division.
Drone Destination owns and operates a dynamic fleet of UAVs including multi-rotor and fixed wing RPAS globally.
For its Indian operations, the company has successfully developed and tested NPNT-compliant Micro and Small Quadcopters. It is in the process of attaining provisional certification for the two types, Alpha M1 and Alpha X1, from the DGCA by July 2019.