Mangoesmapping to provide Atmos UAV drones in Australia

By on 28 August, 2019

Atmos UAV’s flagship Marlyn VTOL drone. Image courtesy of Atmos UAV.

Mangoesmapping has been selected as the Australian distributor for Dutch drone company Atmos UAV, which specialises in high-end VTOL fixed-wing drones for surveying and mapping.

Queensland-based Mangoesmapping has more than 20 years of geospatial knowledge in national and remote communities and it has received numerous accolades in innovation, spatial enabling, environment and sustainability. It is also a distributor for other known brands such as DJI and NextCore.

With this alliance, Atmos UAV says it is setting down in Australasia to provide assistance and service to its flagship product Marlyn VTOL drone customers. Marlyn can take off vertically from anywhere with its proprietary configuration that blends mapping and surveying and effectively generates high-quality data for skilled customers.

“The Marlyn’s ability to capture high-resolution data over large areas in short periods with a small footprint for launch and landing precisely meets Australia’s business requirements for mining, large infrastructure capital projects, precision agriculture and environmental monitoring,” said Mangoesmapping CEO, Alistair Hart. “Catapult launches and belly landings are a thing of the past.”

“We’re looking forward to promoting the Marlyn locally, including at the World of Drones Congress, the Qld Surveying and Spatial Day and at Locate 2020,” he added.

Rene Worms, Commercial Director of Atmos UAV said: “Mangoesmapping is a great addition to our distributor network. The highly educated and experienced team of Mangoesmapping has long now acknowledged the advantages of drone surveying, and we are proud that Marlyn will represent their fixed-wing fleet.”

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