These new products and services were unveiled during the recent E4 Experience in Phoenix. Partners Autel and DJI also participated, allowing visitors to appreciate the full range of drones and security experiences available through Exertis Almo.
"With commercial drones being used more frequently for public safety and government purposes, it's the right opportunity for integrators to diversify their commercial offerings with new product categories that their customers can employ immediately," said Dan Smith, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of Exertis Almo.
According to Matthew Callari, the company's Chief Sales Officer, Exertis Almo is expanding its drone offering to offer its partners a wide range of U.S.-made options in compliance with the Trade Agreements Act (TAA) and the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA).
The executive highlighted that there are currently great growth opportunities for drones in construction, inspection, mapping and public safety applications. "In addition, drone services allow integrators to expand their sales and service offerings without any additional expense; Now they can offer drone services, training, and more without hiring in-house experts," he added.