Aerodyne Group, the Malaysia-based drone solutions provider, announced Monday that it has entered the Italian market through a strategic investment in Aiviewgroup, the drone service provider in Italy, based in Rome.

By joining forces, Aiviewgroup and Aerodyne can harness synergies from both their respective areas of expertise and technologies, and bring it to a wider global audience, both parties said in a statement.

According to the statement, the Italian commercial drone software and services market alone is projected to grow to $595 million in 2026, making this partnership a strategic move for Aerodyne’s global expansion and technological advancement.

Aiviewgroup brings a wealth of expertise in drone solutions, with a track record of servicing high-profile clients in Italy, especially in infrastructure inspection.

This makes them an ideal partner for Aerodyne, enabling the company to leverage Aiviewgroup’s advanced expertise in infrastructure inspection and market access to expand its capabilities and global reach.

“We’re thrilled to welcome Aiviewgroup to Aerodyne. Through this partnership Aiviewgroup will be able to capitalise on the Aerodyne’s deep and proven track record in drone and data technology for nested drone systems and advanced mobility to expand into new markets, including remote autonomous drone-based solutions, and artificial intelligence-powered analytics which offer better value and scope of services to their customers” said Kamarul A Muhamed, Founder and Group Chief Executive Officer of Aerodyne.

He added that this partnership marks Aerodyne’s twenty-first global merger and acquisition.

Meanwhile, Aiviewgroup Chief Executive Officer Stefano Gennenzi said partnering with Aerodyne is an exciting opportunity for Aiviewgroup and Aiviewgroup management team will continue to drive the company’s growth.

Aiviewgroup General Manager Nicola Marietti said the firm is eager to combine its expertise and local market access with Aerodyne’s global presence and enviable track record of success.

“Joining our deep expertise in artificial intelligence and industrial knowledge, we can enhance our drone-based solutions and expand our technology offerings to new markets,

“We believe that the synergies between our companies will enable us to deliver even more value to our customers, and develop the most innovative and effective solutions for their needs,” he added.

Aerodyne Group is a DT3 (drone tech, data tech, and digital transformation) drone-based enterprise solutions provider, and a pioneer in the use of artificial intelligence as an enabling
technology for large-scale data operations, analytics, and process optimisation.

The firm employs over 1,000 drone professionals who operate on an unprecedented level in the UAS services sector, having managed more than 560,000 infrastructure assets with 458,058 flight operations and surveyed over 380,000 km of power infrastructure more than 40 countries globally.

Aiviewgroup is the Italian leader in unmanned technology operations that combine safety and efficiency.

The firm has an experience of more than 10.000 inspections on major infrastructures.

It has a significant order portfolio with enterprise customers with multi-year contracts for end to end solution services, from drone operations to data analysis and certified reporting, which also includes training, fleet management and consultancy.

Aiviewgroup, with an average annual revenue growth of 27.82 percent over the last three years is among the European Union companies with the greatest economic expansion, according to the German Institute of Quality (ITQF).

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