Atmos UAV signs a reseller agreement with Sonar Nusantara in Indonesia

Delft,
Monday, July 29, 2019
Atmos UAV, the Delft-based drone manufacturer that develops high-end VTOL fixed-wing drones for surveying and mapping, has appointed Sonar Nusantara as its official distributor in Indonesia. Sonar, with its headquarters in South Jakarta, offers solutions to a complete range of surveying needs through partnerships with global and well-known manufacturers in the geospatial industry. With this collaboration, Atmos UAV will meet the demand in the Southeast Asian region and provide local Marlyn operators with support and first line maintenance.

"Partnering with best in class technology developers like Atmos UAV has enabled us to provide the best option in the UAV product category for Indonesian market, and offer end-to-end solutions suited to every specific client and industry that we serve. Marlyn allows us to tackle even the most challenging jobs in windy environments turning “no-go” surveying days into routine projects. Our customers expect time savings of up to 50%, as well as high resource and equipment efficiency and safety. Marlyn covers 2 km² in 40 minutes with a ground sampling distance of 1,7 cm in a single flight. Aerial survey has never been this easy and efficient!" said I Made Nugraha Jaya Wardana, Director at Sonar Nusantara.

Marlyn allows us to tackle even the most challenging jobs in windy environments turning “no-go” surveying days into routine projects.

I Made Nugraha Jaya Wardana, Director at Sonar Nusantara

“We are very happy for this partnership!” commented René Worms, Sales and Marketing Director at Atmos UAV. “We have many things in common with Sonar as we bothshare the same excitement for the geospatial industry with the focus ontailored and reliable solutions.

We hear many times the question “fixed-wing or a multirotor?”, and we are here for professionals that want more and say “why not both?”” René added. “We look forward to September’s InterGEO, where we are eager to meet promising distributors that will bring us closer to our customers around the globe.”

We hear many times the question “fixed-wing or a multirotor?”, and we are here for professionals that want more and say
“why not both?”

René Worms, Sales and Marketing Director at Atmos UAV

Marlyn is the first fully autonomous hybrid (VTOL & Fixed-wing) drone for mapping and surveying. With its patented design that combines the best of both worlds, Marlyn can take-off vertically from anywhere, and map fast and efficiently producing high quality outputs for professional users. It is the only drone in its class that is built to perform even in harsh and windy conditions, while its easily swappable payloads provide operators with an unprecedented flexibility.

About Atmos UAV

Founded in 2013, Atmos UAV is a Delft (NL) based company specialised in the design and production of high-end aerial surveying and data collection drones that enable professionals to effortlessly gather geospatial data from the sky, enabling them to make more informed decisions. The flagship drone model Marlyn has a worldwide unique design that combines the high performance of a conventional fixed-wing aircraft with the flexibility of helicopters. With their patented technology the company targets mapping, construction, mining, agriculture, environmental and related applications. To facilitate the fast growth of the company Atmos is currently attracting new talent to expand the team.

About Sonar Nusantara

Sonar Nusantara is Jakarta-based company who provides hydro - oceanographic and terrestrial survey equipment and technology. Sonar’s vision is to become the leader of survey equipment and technology provider in Indonesia. Their competitiveness compared to their competitors is the ability to provide equipment and services of the same quality but at a better price, so that their customers can cut costs and time on each of their projects. Sonar Nusantara is able to support various types of surveying projects ranging from aerial mapping and topographic surveys, to navigation and positioning.