QuestUAV Ltd and Beijing Topcon Business and Trade Co., Ltd (BTBT) are very pleased to announce their partnership for exclusive UAS supply, along with training and maintenance support for all QuestUAV airframes across the Chinese market.
Beijing Topcon (BTBT), one of the region’s foremost surgical and medical equipment providers, has also spent the last few years providing positioning and survey systems and has consistently sought out the highest quality and most capable units available.
“We are always looking to expand our range of imaging products, we have a desire to discover products globally that meet our and our customer’s needs”
There is ever increasing demand for mobile imaging and survey instruments in China and BTBT feel confident they are well positioned to provide fixed-wing capabilities to some 10,000 potential users – backed by the production, training and service experience of QuestUAV.
“We were keen to learn about QuestUAV both before and during our UK training, but it was wonderful to find that the quality of staff and equipment was very high”
BTBT managers and staff travelled to the UK in October for meetings and manufacturer and support training. BTBT have sales, maintenance and potential training facilities in every province and are well poised to support local users at each phase of their UAS use.
“We have some very experienced technicians available across the region and we are looking forward to working with QuestUAV to influence the UAS landscape in China”
Michael Clemmet, QuestUAV “We look for resellers and partners that are active in their region and that form close relationships with their clients. We value working relationships on this level. In terms of corporate responsibility, safety and reliability in operation are the watchwords we stand by when flying and training others to fly our airframes”
QuestUAV have already arranged for the first shipment of Q-100 DATAhawk and Q-200 Surveyor systems to China and BTBT are expecting to demonstrate them at fairs later in the year. One such event on the mainland, around the 22nd-25th November 2016, will be attended by both BTBT and QuestUAV representatives in the first of many joint ventures.