Aerodyne Group expands to Austria, Switzerland, and Germany in partnership with QUANTO and Taku International

Aerodyne Group, a Malaysia-headquartered international DT3

(Drone Tech, Data Tech, and Digital Transformation) solutions provider, has entered into a partnership agreement with Germany-based QUANTO AG and Taku International LLC, through its European HQ, Aerodyne Europe UAV Ltd. The aim is to expand Aerodyne’s pioneering drone solutions and services to potential customers in Austria, Switzerland, and Germany.

QUANTO AG is a leading IT and management consultancy in the DACH (comprises Germany, Austria and Switzerland) region. QUANTO has extensive expertise in large-scale project management, SAP® solutions, cybersecurity, IoT (internet of things) and AI (artificial intelligence) solutions.

Taku International, as a technology strategy and implementation company, brings to the
partnership its expertise in IoT, AI, and aviation-based sensor technologies for both manned and unmanned aircraft, as well as related services.

QUANTO AG and Taku will offer Aerodyne’s smart drone solutions and innovative data analytics technologies to businesses across industries. This includes the DT3 company’s AI-powered, end-to-end cloud-based asset management solution, “vertikaliti”.

Aerodyne Group COO, Rossi Jaafar, says, “I am elated by this partnership with QUANTO AG and Taku International, which reflects Aerodyne’s deep-rooted spirit in harnessing mutual synergies with reputable tech solution providers within our geographic markets. This strategic collaboration will benefit our German, Swiss and Austrian markets with an optimum value proposition for drone services with cutting-edge intelligence and analytics that are second to none.”

”I am very much looking forward to the partnership with Aerodyne. We observe a clear market trend for DT3 solutions, integrated in the backend systems of our customers. Advanced systems, like SAP® S/4HANA, offer the chance to handle information delivered by drone solutions,” states Jens Brakhage, Managing Partner of QUANTO AG.

Karin Hollerbach, the Managing Member of Taku, says, “This collaboration is an exciting example of what is possible when organizations with complementary skillsets come together. It enables us to bring drone data acquisition and integration solutions to our customers that no one of our three companies could do on their own.“

About Aerodyne Group

Aerodyne Group is a DT3 (Drone Tech, Data Tech, and Digital Transformation) solutions provider of drone-based enterprise solutions, and a pioneer in the use of artificial intelligence as an enabling technology for large-scale data operations, analytics, and process optimization.

Aerodyne employs over 400 drone professionals to operate on an unprecedented level in the UAS services sector, having managed more than 300,000 infrastructure assets with 110,000 flight operations and surveyed over 100,000 km of power infrastructure across 35 countries globally.

Aerodyne was named Frost & Sullivan’s ‘Asia Pacific UAV Services Company of 2019’; and a recipient of the Institute of Engineering and Technology (IET) Malaysia’s ‘Industry Excellence Gold Award 2019’.

For more information, visit https://aerodyne.group/

About QUANTO AG

QUANTO AG is part of the QUANTO Group, an internationally active consulting group with a focus on industries such as utilities and financial services. Its services range from classic management and process consulting along the entire value chain to highly qualified SAP© and IT consulting. QUANTO is an SAP® Gold partner. QUANTO’s headquarters are in Germany, and it has additional locations in Austria, Switzerland, and Hungary.

For more information, visit https://quanto-group.de

About Taku International

Taku is a solutions provider for emerging tech strategy and implementation. Taku helps companies transition processes to incorporate new technologies and develops products as needed to support its clients’ needs. The company is headquartered in the San Francisco Bay Area, USA. Taku serves clients in North America and Europe, with a focus on sensing, IoT, AI and ML, automation and related technologies with applications in energy, health and financial services.