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Wed, Jun 12, 2019

Silent Falcon Partners With Robotic Skies

Agreement Covers Maintenance And Repair Support Services

Robotic Skies has been selected by Silent Falcon UAS Technologies to provide its customers access to a comprehensive UAS service and support package.

Robotic Skies adds Silent Falcon to its growing list of commercial UAS OEMs seeking to improve customer service by providing access to experienced and OEM-trained maintenance technicians and support professionals. The turnkey field service programs are designed to keep customers’ aircraft flying safely, efficiently and affordably. Through Robotic Skies’ extensive network, customers can schedule regular maintenance or deal with AOG situations at one of its more than 170 certified Service Centers across 40 countries.

“We welcome Silent Falcon to the Robotic Skies community, and we stand ready to fulfill the maintenance requirements of their customers,” said Brad Hayden, CEO of Robotic Skies. “Wherever and whenever a need for maintenance arises worldwide, Silent Falcon can count on Robotic Skies to keep its fleet airworthy and producing revenue for its customers.”

Silent Falcon incorporates the latest proven technological advances in solar power, RF communications, batteries, sensors, composite materials, and aeronautical design. The Silent Falcon sUAS is the most effective long-endurance, long-range aerial platform for carrying leading-edge sensors that collect, transmit and store the data and imagery required for a rapidly growing number of commercial, public safety, and traditional defense and security ISR applications.

“Partnering with Robotic Skies to provide the maintenance and repair support package for our customers further increases the flexibility and ease of use of our Silent Falcon Unmanned Aircraft System. Silent Falcon customers can get timely and certified maintenance throughout the world to keep their systems mission ready,” said John W. Brown, Silent Falcon’s Chairman and CEO. “We look forward to growing this partnership with Robotic Skies.”

(Image provided with Robotic Skies news release)

FMI: www.roboticskies.com
www.silentfalconuas.com

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