This German drone maker wants to become Europe’s leading drone developer.
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A DJI Inspire 1 quadcopter drone flies at the DJI stand at the 2015 IFA consumer electronics and appliances trade fair on September 4, 2015 in Berlin, Germany. The 2015 IFA will be open to the public from September 4-9.
Now, Quantum-Systems is taking the Tesla approach to improving its overall business.
Ever since the Ukraine-Russian conflict began, the international demand for drone technologies in the defense industry.
Of course, drone makers are benefiting from this ongoing trend, especially Quantum-Systems.
“We were able to serve demand from Ukraine with our systems and that’s what boosted Quantum over of what we would have expected for 2022,” said Florian Seibel, the company’s CEO.
German Drone Maker Uses Tesla Approach
According to Business Insider’s latest report, the German drone maker was able to raise almost $50 million this 2022, $17.5 million in its latest funding round and $32 million in the Series A round.
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This picture taken on March 17, 2021 in the Israeli coastal city of Hadera shows an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV, or drone) carrying fast food deliveries (hamburgers) as part of the main demonstration performed by the companies who won the tender for this project.
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Aside from this, the company also acquired an investment from Peter Thiel, PayPal’s co-founder. Thiel even praised Quantum-Systems because of its business improvements.
Most of its efforts are focused on separating the company itself from other competitors. The drone developer said that it is investing in all areas of its manufacturing, which the CEO calls the “Tesla approach.”
Quantum-Systems’ official website states that the company integrates the features of airplanes and helicopters into its UAVs.
Aside from unmanned aerial vehicles, the German drone maker also works on advanced docking stations, which can automatically charge and deploy drones.
Thanks to these docking stations, UAV operators can send their drones to emergencies easier and faster.
If these flying machines can get to the affected, firefighters and other responders will have an idea of what they will deal with before they arrive.
This means that Quantum-Systems’ automatic docking stations can benefit victims and their rescuers at the same time.
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While Quantum-Systems is making efforts to become Europe’s largest drone maker, other UAV developers are doing their thing.
Previously, DJI launched its affordable Mavic 3 Classic Drone.
NOAA’s first ALTIUS-600 Drone was also deployed into the eye of Hurricane Ian.
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