Aerodyne Group partners with Al-Babtain LeBlanc to transform Middle East drone inspections

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Aerodyne Group is teaming up with the Middle East’s leading infrastructure provider and system integrator, Al-Babtain LeBlanc, to accelerate the adoption of drone-based solutions in the region.

Aerodyne Group, a Malaysia-headquartered international DT3 (Drone Tech, Data Tech, and Digital Transformation) solutions provider and Al-Babtain LeBlanc, a leading Middle East-based system integrator and provider of telecom, security, power, and mobility infrastructure, are joining forces to collaborate on the development of drone solutions for telecommunication, defense, and security sectors.

The Teaming Agreement signed by both parties will enable them to leverage each other’s
strengths in technology and market penetration for local markets in the Middle East. Aerodyne Group and Al-Babtain LeBlanc will jointly research and develop innovative drone-based solutions and systems to optimize processes and enhance the value proposition for government and corporations in the Middle East region.

It is also noteworthy that this partnership will solidify and accelerate the Middle East market expansion for Aerodyne Group, which first announced its arrival in the region in April 2020 through a strategic investment in Dubai-based FEDS Group Holdings – one of the top leaders in the global drone services industry.

Aerodyne Group’s Founder and Group CEO, Kamarul A Muhamed, says,

“Al-Babtain LeBlanc comes armed with extensive experience in telecom towers, infrastructure ventures, and system integration projects in the Middle East. By teaming with them, Aerodyne Group will be able to accelerate the implementation of drone technology, data technologies, and digital transformation solutions for clients and critical projects across the Middle East.”

Saleh Al-Bedaiwi, General Manager, Al-Babtain LeBlanc, adds,

“This Teaming Agreement with Aerodyne Group, the world’s fastest-growing drone-based solutions company, is an exciting development for Al-Babtain LeBlanc. This collaboration reflects our continued commitment to technology innovation and digital transformation. By enabling the adoption of drones in our operations, this partnership with Aerodyne will
transform our infrastructure inspection process, resulting in faster and more accurate data collection and accelerated turnaround for report generation.”

About Aerodyne Group

Aerodyne Group is a DT3 (Drone Tech, Data Tech, and Digital Transformation) solutions provider of drone-based enterprise solutions, and a pioneer in the use of artificial intelligence as an enabling technology for large-scale data operations, analytics, and process optimization.

Aerodyne employs over 400 drone professionals to operate on an unprecedented level in the UAS services sector, having managed more than 300,000 infrastructure assets with 110,000 flight operations and surveyed over 100,000 km of power infrastructure across 36 countries globally.

Aerodyne is ranked third in the world by Drone Industry Insights (DII) in its ‘2019 Top 10 Drone Service Providers’; was named Frost & Sullivan’s ‘Asia Pacific UAV Services Company of 2019’; and a recipient of the Institute of Engineering and Technology (IET) Malaysia’s ‘Industry Excellence Gold Award 2019’.

For more information, visit https://aerodyne.group/

About Al-Babtain LeBlanc

Established in 1993, Al-Babtain LeBlanc designs, implements, and integrates infrastructure solutions such as security, mobility, power, and smart infrastructure solutions. The company has a market presence in Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Oman, Yemen, Egypt, and Bahrain. The company specializes in the design, manufacturing, installation, survey, and maintenance of telecommunication towers including towers, monopole, and rooftops, with a track record and experience of completing more than 10,000 towers across the Middle East. Al- Babtain LeBlanc is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Al-Babtain Power & Telecommunication Co.

For more information, visit http://www.al-babtain.com.sa/

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