GeoCue and Argosdyne Collaborate to Enhance Drone Mapping Solutions in East Asia

GeoCue, a leading provider of LiDAR mapping hardware and software solutions, is excited to announce its expansion into East Asia through a strategic partnership with Argosdyne, a prominent drone manufacturer and supplier. This collaboration marks a significant milestone in GeoCue’s global distribution network and empowers Argosdyne to offer GeoCue’s TrueView 3D Imaging Sensors and LP360 LiDAR Processing Software to customers in South Korea and across East Asia.

Established in 2018, Argosdyne has quickly emerged as a key player in the drone industry, specializing in manufacturing drones and docking systems. With a diverse clientele that includes prestigious organizations like Samsung Electronics Factory, Hyundai Motors, and Hyundai E&C, Argosdyne has established a reputation for delivering high-quality solutions in various sectors, including surveillance and aerial mapping services.

Seunghyun Jung, the CTO of Argosdyne, expressed enthusiasm about the partnership, stating, “Our unique differentiating factor lies in our IT-based technological expertise, allowing us to seamlessly transition from the surveillance market to the mapping market. By teaming up with GeoCue, we are excited to offer our customers access to GeoCue’s industry-leading TrueView Lidar products and LP360 software, which will provide them with accurate and valuable information in a user-friendly manner.”

Jung anticipates that construction companies and audit firms will be the main users of GeoCue products and software in East Asia, as the demand for mapping drones continues to rise within the construction industry. The integration of GeoCue’s comprehensive mapping hardware and software solutions will provide customers with a seamless and more efficient workflow.

Abdel Diani, the Director of Global Distribution for GeoCue, played a pivotal role in facilitating the new partnership. Diani shared, “We look forward to expanding our presence in East Asia by joining forces with Argosdyne. Their expertise in drone manufacturing and their strong presence in the region will significantly enhance our ability to serve customers. This collaboration will undoubtedly bring tremendous value to our clients and further accelerate the adoption of advanced mapping solutions.”

The collaboration between GeoCue and Argosdyne unlocks new opportunities to offer high-quality 3D Lidar products and software sourced from North America to the global market. East Asian customers will now have access to industry-leading solutions from GeoCue, further empowering their mapping and surveying operations.

About Argosdyne: Argosdyne is a prominent drone manufacturer and supplier, specializing in the production of drones and docking systems. Established in 2018, the company has quickly gained recognition for its innovative, IT-driven technological expertise. With a focus on IT-based solutions, Argosdyne caters to various sectors, providing comprehensive solutions including surveillance and aerial mapping services. The company serves a diverse clientele, including major organizations like Samsung Electronics Factory and Hyundai Motors, and is committed to delivering integrated solutions that meet the specific needs of its customers.

About GeoCue: GeoCue and Microdrones have joined forces to provide geospatial experts with the best in drone surveying equipment, geospatial software, workflow, training, and support for high accuracy LiDAR and drone mapping. This collaboration empowers civil engineering and surveying professionals to achieve successful data collection, processing, and management. With TrueView drone LiDAR/Imaging sensors, LP360 point cloud data processing software, and fully integrated systems from Microdrones, GeoCue is a leader in LiDAR mapping processing in North America, catering to customers at varying technology adoption levels, budgets, and resource availability.

For more information, visit www.geocue.com.

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