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Wed, May 04, 2016

Canadian UAVs And Measure Partner To Deliver Trans-National Drone Services

Will Provide Real-Time Data Analysis In Both Canada And The U.S.

As part of its effort to deliver cost-effective actionable data to enterprise customers, Measure, one of the leading operators of drones in the United States, has partnered with the leading Canadian drone company, Canadian UAVs. Together, the two companies will use the latest in drone technology to provide real-time data analysis to businesses on both sides of the U.S.-Canada border.

"Measure can now truly offer cross-border drone services," said Measure CEO Brandon Torres Declet. "As a result of this partnership with Canadian UAVs, we can deliver cost-effective, actionable data to businesses across all 50 states and 10 provinces."

The partnership between Measure and Canadian UAVs provides businesses with real-time response capability. With Canadian UAVs use of helicopters, fixed wing aircraft, and drones, Measure can now fly anywhere in Western Canada to acquire data for enterprise customers. Both companies pride themselves on conducting flights that are safe, legal, and insured using only licensed pilots.

"Measure has a great depth in expertise regarding the American market, as well unprecedented approvals from the FAA," said Canadian UAVs President and CEO Sean Greenwood.  "Teaming up together ensures our customers have clarity and peace of mind when it comes to trans-border operations."

(Source: Joint news release)

FMI: www.canadianuavs.ca, www.measure.aero

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