DroneAcharya Aerial Innovations Limited has partnered with Dubai-based drone manufacturer Microavia to add aerial robotic platforms and related products for autonomous flight to its offerings. The Indian company is a drone service provider and DGCA-certified drone pilot training organization, having trained more than 150 drone pilots within 6 months.
“In the past, we have been focusing on drone and data-driven services and providing customized solutions for different industries. Having established ourselves as one of the most recommended drone training organizations in India, partnering with a global company that has tried and tested robust drone hardware is the next step in the growth of DroneAcharya as a complete drone solution provider”, says Prateek Srivastava, Founder & Managing Director at DroneAcharya.
Microavia designs and engineers aerial robotic platforms, inflight electronics, and flight management
software. The company is headquartered in the UAE and has fully localised its manufacturing cycle for
hardware and software components. The product portfolio includes drone-in-a-box, multirotor platforms for autonomous use, as well as payloads, advanced fleet management software and positioning systems. With its open architecture and versatility by design, Microavia provides a choice of standard and bespoke
configurations for partners and customers alike.
“At Microavia we have always believed that the Indian market has enormous potential for drones in
military and public safety, infrastructure management, and monitoring of remote areas. At the same time, the country’s focus on setting up localized manufacturing as per the “Make in India” strategy provides an
enormous boost and a competitive edge to indigenous and adventitious companies alike. We also endorse the growing awareness of the critical importance of drone-tech adoption among the Indian industrial leaders in both enterprise and SMB segments. We’re looking forward to exploring business opportunities with DroneAcharya, and setting up manufacturing in India”, Alex Lapirov, CEO at Microavia.