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Strat Aero CEO talks future of drone technology

Tony Dunleavy, chief executive at AIM-listed Strat Aero, the drone technology and data gathering solutions specialist, told the TechCapital conference that the UAV and drone industry would probably be “the next biggest sector” since the internet. Strat Aero offer a range of services from education and consultancy, right through to data collection, and Dunleavy also revealed that the company was in talks to deliver training to several militaries around the world. He pointed out to the audience that 2016 would be a year of demos and with company proving its capabilities to potential clients and investors alike.

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Strat Aero set to enter commercial drone market before it takes off

Gerry Dempsey, the new CFO of Strat Aero (LON:AERO) and director Paul Ryan discuss the commercial opportunity in the drone market. Drones, or unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), have traditionally been used by the military for surveillance purposes. But Strat Aero, which floated on AIM...

on 09/21/2015

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