The Hague, September 8th 2014 – T-Mobile have announced today that they will be experimenting with Aerialtronics’ Altura systems to inspect antenna masts in the Netherlands. In a press conference held at the T-Mobile The Hague headquarters, T-Mobile state that unmanned systems can perform inspections more efficiently than conventional methods yet produce lower noise pollution.
As a part of this new partnership with Dutch unmanned aircraft manufacturer Aerialtronics, T-Mobile will be inspecting the antennas of the Galgenwaard football stadium with an Altura Zenith in Utrecht on the 17th of September.
Deutsche Telekom subsidiary T-Mobile is one of the largest telecommunication brands of the Netherlands with close to 4.3 million private and commercial customers. T-Mobile offers easy and appealing access to mobile communication services and is a leading position in terms of mobile internet. In the Netherlands T-Mobile operates the T-Mobile brand, BEN and MTV Mobile.
For more information go to www.t-mobile.com
Aerialtronics is a leading international manufacturer of state of the art, high quality unmanned aircraft systems for civilian purposes. The company sells multirotor Alturas for a wide variety of applications in numerous countries worldwide. Aerialtronics’ systems are designed and developed in-house according to aviation grade quality standards making the Altura systems consistently reliable as well as stable.
Aerialtronics defines the future of unmanned aircraft systems