14 janvier 2015
12 Jan 2015 By: Beth Stevenson - FG
The Netherlands and aerospace services company Strat Aero have signed a letter of intent for the establishment of an unmanned air vehicle training facility focused on the General Atomics Aeronautical Systems MQ-1 Predator and MQ-9 Reaper.
The non-binding LoI was agreed between the company and Innovation Quarter – the economic development agency for the Dutch region of West Holland – Strat Aero announced on 12 January.
The parties involved hope to establish what they tout as northern Europe’s first UAV pilot training base; a location for which would be provided by the government.
17 novembre 2014
The SkyRanger drone is used by US military Photo: Strat Aero
16 Nov 2014 By Elizabeth Anderson, Business Reporter
The Gatwick-based firm says the unmanned military aircraft sector has 'huge growth potential'
A Gatwick-based firm which teaches people how to fly drones will launch on London’s Aim market on Monday.
Strat Aero plc, which has a training complex in New Mexico, expects to raise more than £650,000 from investors on the junior market, valuing the firm at £6.2m. The company, headquartered at Gatwick Airport, has already raised £500,000 from private investors.
Strat Aero, which was founded in 2013, offers training and consultancy in the use of Unmanned Aerial System, commonly referred to as drones, and has a contract with one of America’s top defence firms.
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