Empowering India’s Drone Sector: Garuda Aerospace Collaborates with International Drone Leaders Amid DJI Ban

Garuda Aerospace, a global leader in drone solutions for the commercial and defense sectors, has today announced new partnerships with Titan Innovations, Easy Aerial, Azur Drones, Aero Sentinel & Securiton, for the nation-wide distribution of their drones across the defense, security, and civil infrastructure sectors

Fast becoming one of the world’s frontrunners in drone-based technology, the Indian drone market has been faced with the challenge of responding to the country’s recent ban of Chinese drone manufacturer, DJI, which previously supplied drones for an array of Indian companies servicing the agricultural, construction, security, emergency response and defense sectors, among others. Garuda Aerospace has met this challenge with an impressive display of foresight, penning partnerships designed to fill the void left by DJI and build on the momentum garnered by this rapidly growing market.

“We’re delighted to have signed these key partnerships, helping facilitate the growth of India’s drone market and ensuring the continued development of this hugely disruptive industry,” said Agnishwar Jayaprakash, Founder & CEO of Garuda Aerospace. “The fact that our partners span the US, Canada, Israel and Europe reflects the expertise and vision of our team as well as the use-cases for our drones – from monitoring the condition of state infrastructure, ensuring roads and bridges are constructed according to plan and crop spraying, to emergency response and deployment of anti-drone cyber security solutions, we are excited about the potential these partnerships hold.”

“After a rigorous selection process, we decided to partner with Garuda based on the strength of its network in the security sector as well as its expertise in national distribution of drone technology across India,” said Yahav Regev, CEO of Titan Innovations. “Poised to supersede the US economy by 2075, we are invested in building long term relationships with Indian partners.”

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