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2019, June 4th – Thanks to Drones, French Wine Tastes Better

Winemakers are flying Delair’s sophisticated UX11 drones, laden with custom software that lets them monitor plots for sick plants, predict output and map vineyards down to the size of a grape.

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-06-04/thanks-to-drones-french-wine-tastes-better

2019, May 29th  -Phenome Networks and Delair Establish Strategic Collaboration

Seed breeders and variety testers will benefit from an integrated and easy-to-use workflow to merge the advanced research data managed in PhenomeOne software with the high-throughput plant data collected by Delair drone solutions

https://seedworld.com/phenome-networks-and-delair-establish-strategic-collaboration/

2019, May 20th  – The Delair UX11 Fixed-Wing Fix

Why a multi-discipline firm chose a fixed-wing UAS solution for large-scale surveying and quantities for mines and quarries.

https://www.xyht.com/aerialuas/the-fixed-wing-fix/

2019, January 31 – Drones for Power Line Inspections

There is a quieter, cleaner, cheaper option for aerial power line inspections: drones.
Paolo Guzzini, Delair’s power and utilities product manager and an expert in utility aviation, explains why fixed-wing drones are the future of aerial-based asset management in the utility market because they offer a range of advantages over other methods, such as helicopters. Fixed-wing drones cover areas not possible or practical by other surveying approaches.

https://www.utilityproducts.com/articles/print/volume-23/issue-1/feature-stories/drones-for-power-line-inspections.html

2018, December 10 – Why working with Intel is helping Delair’s drones fly into new markets

French company Delair is shifting deeper into managing drones and the data they produce.

https://www.zdnet.com/article/why-working-with-intel-is-helping-delairs-drones-fly-into-new-markets/

2018, November 18 – Startup Of The Week: Delair

“Software absolutely will be big,” says Michaël de Lagarde, co-founder and CEO of Delair. “Right now, software is kind of negligible. It was about 10 percent of revenue in 2017. In five years, we anticipate it will be the biggest source of revenue. That’s where the value is shifting.”

https://innovator.news/startup-of-the-week-delair-14ba25a583a5

2018, November 5 – PrecisionHawk, Delair Acquisitions Highlight Growing Importance Of Scale In Drone Industry

“Scale is key,” stresses Benjamin Benharrosh, co-founder of Delair. “You need size to have a worldwide footprint.” Size is critical to provide research and development to stay at the forefront of technological development. It is also crucial to provide the full service that large companies need, he said.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/philipfinnegan/2018/11/05/acquisitions-highlight-growing-importance-of-scale-in-the-drone-industry

2018, October 30 – Failed drone startup Airware auctions assets, Delair buys teammates

French drone services company Delair is buying Airware’s Redbird analytics software and IP, plus the 26 employees who ran it.

https://techcrunch.com/2018

2018, October 1st – Automating the Future of Drone Technology with Intel and Delair @ Commercial UAV Expo 2018

Watch the interview with Benjamin Benharrosh, and Anil Nanduri, vice president of the New Technology Group and general manager of Unmanned Aviation Systems at Intel Corporation. They talk about the Intel Insight platform.

https://www.expouav.com/news

2018, September 24th – How drones can help manage the world’s food supply

Blog post by Michael de Lagarde, CEO of Delair. Drones are more than just cool-looking flying objects. Their real value lies in their ability to quickly and efficiently gather and analyze information on assets, geography, infrastructure, environmental trends and other important data that can be used to drive actional business insights.

https://www.weforum.org – Future of Food

2018, September 21st – French project to boost hydrogen fuel cells in aircraft

HES is announcing its partnership with France’s leading professional unmanned aircraft builder DELAIR and ERGOSUP, a French start-up developing energy-efficient hydrogen production systems.

http://www.eenewspower.com

2018, September 19th – Delair announces the opening of its first Beijing office, at the World Economic Forum in Tianjin

Delair announced at the Summer Davos the opening of its first office in China, as the company seeks to increase its presence in the rapidly expanding Chinese market. “China is an extremely fast-growing and dynamic market with a wide spectrum of challenges and needs that are well suited to our drone solutions,” said Michael de Lagarde, president and co-founder of Delair.

http://www.xinhuanet.com

2018, September 13th – Intel Capital invests in Delair to help French drone maker expand its software platform

According to Delair CEO and cofounder Michael de Lagarde, drone users are now trying to manage the growing volume of data collected. “As the hardware is spreading and getting adopted, the added value shifts to the data processing,” he said. “Because at the end, what the customer wants is actionable business intelligence.”

https://venturebeat.com

2018, September 13th – Delair Receives Funding from Intel for Data-driven Drone Software Solutions

https://www.gim-international.com

2018, September 13th – Intel investit plusieurs millions d’euros dans Delair, le champion français du drone civil

L’entreprise toulousaine Delair, spécialiste du drone pour l’industrie, vient de lever plusieurs millions d’euros auprès du géant américain Intel. Ces fonds vont permettre à la pépite française de développer sa plateforme cloud d’analyse de données.

https://www.usine-digitale.fr

2018, July 11th – Power to the drones: utilities place bets on robots

Flying robots that can travel dozens of kilometers without stopping could be the next big thing for power companies.

https://www.reuters.com

2018, July 11th – Les géomètres veulent prendre la mesure des drones

Les appareils volants sans pilote à bord font drastiquement baisser les coûts des relevés, et ils bousculent la profession. Interview de Chase Fly, expert Géospatial chez Delair

https://www.lemonde.fr – La Foire du drone

2019, February 5th – Delair launches AI-driven platform for drone data

The release of Delair.ai marks another big step in that transition by providing an analytics tool customers can use directly.

“This will extract useful insight out of masses of data,” said CEO Michael de Lagarde. “It’s very important to provide these industries with an end-to-end solution that really solves a use case. That is what gives a lot of added value to the customer.”

https://venturebeat.com/2019/02/05/delair-launches-ai-driven-platform-for-drone-data/

2019, January 31 – Drones for Power Line Inspections

There is a quieter, cleaner, cheaper option for aerial power line inspections: drones.
Paolo Guzzini, Delair’s power and utilities product manager and an expert in utility aviation, explains why fixed-wing drones are the future of aerial-based asset management in the utility market because they offer a range of advantages over other methods, such as helicopters. Fixed-wing drones cover areas not possible or practical by other surveying approaches.

https://www.utilityproducts.com/articles/print/volume-23/issue-1/feature-stories/drones-for-power-line-inspections.html

2018, December 10 – Why working with Intel is helping Delair’s drones fly into new markets

French company Delair is shifting deeper into managing drones and the data they produce.

https://www.zdnet.com/article/why-working-with-intel-is-helping-delairs-drones-fly-into-new-markets/

2018, November 18 – Startup Of The Week: Delair

“Software absolutely will be big,” says Michaël de Lagarde, co-founder and CEO of Delair. “Right now, software is kind of negligible. It was about 10 percent of revenue in 2017. In five years, we anticipate it will be the biggest source of revenue. That’s where the value is shifting.”

https://innovator.news/startup-of-the-week-delair-14ba25a583a5

2018, November 5 – PrecisionHawk, Delair Acquisitions Highlight Growing Importance Of Scale In Drone Industry

“Scale is key,” stresses Benjamin Benharrosh, co-founder of Delair. “You need size to have a worldwide footprint.” Size is critical to provide research and development to stay at the forefront of technological development. It is also crucial to provide the full service that large companies need, he said.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/philipfinnegan/2018/11/05/acquisitions-highlight-growing-importance-of-scale-in-the-drone-industry

2018, October 30 – Failed drone startup Airware auctions assets, Delair buys teammates

French drone services company Delair is buying Airware’s Redbird analytics software and IP, plus the 26 employees who ran it.

https://techcrunch.com/2018

2018, October 1st – Automating the Future of Drone Technology with Intel and Delair @ Commercial UAV Expo 2018

Watch the interview with Benjamin Benharrosh, and Anil Nanduri, vice president of the New Technology Group and general manager of Unmanned Aviation Systems at Intel Corporation. They talk about the Intel Insight platform.

https://www.expouav.com/news

2018, September 24th – How drones can help manage the world’s food supply

Blog post by Michael de Lagarde, CEO of Delair. Drones are more than just cool-looking flying objects. Their real value lies in their ability to quickly and efficiently gather and analyze information on assets, geography, infrastructure, environmental trends and other important data that can be used to drive actional business insights.

https://www.weforum.org – Future of Food

2018, September 21st – French project to boost hydrogen fuel cells in aircraft

HES is announcing its partnership with France’s leading professional unmanned aircraft builder DELAIR and ERGOSUP, a French start-up developing energy-efficient hydrogen production systems.

http://www.eenewspower.com

2018, September 19th – Delair announces the opening of its first Beijing office, at the World Economic Forum in Tianjin

Delair announced at the Summer Davos the opening of its first office in China, as the company seeks to increase its presence in the rapidly expanding Chinese market. “China is an extremely fast-growing and dynamic market with a wide spectrum of challenges and needs that are well suited to our drone solutions,” said Michael de Lagarde, president and co-founder of Delair.

http://www.xinhuanet.com

2018, September 13th – Intel Capital invests in Delair to help French drone maker expand its software platform

According to Delair CEO and cofounder Michael de Lagarde, drone users are now trying to manage the growing volume of data collected. “As the hardware is spreading and getting adopted, the added value shifts to the data processing,” he said. “Because at the end, what the customer wants is actionable business intelligence.”

https://venturebeat.com

2018, September 13th – Delair Receives Funding from Intel for Data-driven Drone Software Solutions

https://www.gim-international.com

2018, September 13th – Intel investit plusieurs millions d’euros dans Delair, le champion français du drone civil

L’entreprise toulousaine Delair, spécialiste du drone pour l’industrie, vient de lever plusieurs millions d’euros auprès du géant américain Intel. Ces fonds vont permettre à la pépite française de développer sa plateforme cloud d’analyse de données.

https://www.usine-digitale.fr

2018, July 11th – Power to the drones: utilities place bets on robots

Flying robots that can travel dozens of kilometers without stopping could be the next big thing for power companies.

https://www.reuters.com

2018, July 11th – Les géomètres veulent prendre la mesure des drones

Les appareils volants sans pilote à bord font drastiquement baisser les coûts des relevés, et ils bousculent la profession. Interview de Chase Fly, expert Géospatial chez Delair

https://www.lemonde.fr – La Foire du drone

2019, February 5th – Delair launches AI-driven platform for drone data

The release of Delair.ai marks another big step in that transition by providing an analytics tool customers can use directly.

“This will extract useful insight out of masses of data,” said CEO Michael de Lagarde. “It’s very important to provide these industries with an end-to-end solution that really solves a use case. That is what gives a lot of added value to the customer.”

https://venturebeat.com/2019/02/05/delair-launches-ai-driven-platform-for-drone-data/

2019, January 31 – Drones for Power Line Inspections

There is a quieter, cleaner, cheaper option for aerial power line inspections: drones.
Paolo Guzzini, Delair’s power and utilities product manager and an expert in utility aviation, explains why fixed-wing drones are the future of aerial-based asset management in the utility market because they offer a range of advantages over other methods, such as helicopters. Fixed-wing drones cover areas not possible or practical by other surveying approaches.

https://www.utilityproducts.com/articles/print/volume-23/issue-1/feature-stories/drones-for-power-line-inspections.html

2018, December 10 – Why working with Intel is helping Delair’s drones fly into new markets

French company Delair is shifting deeper into managing drones and the data they produce.

https://www.zdnet.com/article/why-working-with-intel-is-helping-delairs-drones-fly-into-new-markets/

2018, November 18 – Startup Of The Week: Delair

“Software absolutely will be big,” says Michaël de Lagarde, co-founder and CEO of Delair. “Right now, software is kind of negligible. It was about 10 percent of revenue in 2017. In five years, we anticipate it will be the biggest source of revenue. That’s where the value is shifting.”

https://innovator.news/startup-of-the-week-delair-14ba25a583a5

2018, November 5 – PrecisionHawk, Delair Acquisitions Highlight Growing Importance Of Scale In Drone Industry

“Scale is key,” stresses Benjamin Benharrosh, co-founder of Delair. “You need size to have a worldwide footprint.” Size is critical to provide research and development to stay at the forefront of technological development. It is also crucial to provide the full service that large companies need, he said.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/philipfinnegan/2018/11/05/acquisitions-highlight-growing-importance-of-scale-in-the-drone-industry

2018, October 30 – Failed drone startup Airware auctions assets, Delair buys teammates

French drone services company Delair is buying Airware’s Redbird analytics software and IP, plus the 26 employees who ran it.

https://techcrunch.com/2018

2018, October 1st – Automating the Future of Drone Technology with Intel and Delair @ Commercial UAV Expo 2018

Watch the interview with Benjamin Benharrosh, and Anil Nanduri, vice president of the New Technology Group and general manager of Unmanned Aviation Systems at Intel Corporation. They talk about the Intel Insight platform.

https://www.expouav.com/news

2018, September 24th – How drones can help manage the world’s food supply

Blog post by Michael de Lagarde, CEO of Delair. Drones are more than just cool-looking flying objects. Their real value lies in their ability to quickly and efficiently gather and analyze information on assets, geography, infrastructure, environmental trends and other important data that can be used to drive actional business insights.

https://www.weforum.org – Future of Food

2018, September 21st – French project to boost hydrogen fuel cells in aircraft

HES is announcing its partnership with France’s leading professional unmanned aircraft builder DELAIR and ERGOSUP, a French start-up developing energy-efficient hydrogen production systems.

http://www.eenewspower.com

2018, September 19th – Delair announces the opening of its first Beijing office, at the World Economic Forum in Tianjin

Delair announced at the Summer Davos the opening of its first office in China, as the company seeks to increase its presence in the rapidly expanding Chinese market. “China is an extremely fast-growing and dynamic market with a wide spectrum of challenges and needs that are well suited to our drone solutions,” said Michael de Lagarde, president and co-founder of Delair.

http://www.xinhuanet.com

2018, September 13th – Intel Capital invests in Delair to help French drone maker expand its software platform

According to Delair CEO and cofounder Michael de Lagarde, drone users are now trying to manage the growing volume of data collected. “As the hardware is spreading and getting adopted, the added value shifts to the data processing,” he said. “Because at the end, what the customer wants is actionable business intelligence.”

https://venturebeat.com

2018, September 13th – Delair Receives Funding from Intel for Data-driven Drone Software Solutions

https://www.gim-international.com

2018, September 13th – Intel investit plusieurs millions d’euros dans Delair, le champion français du drone civil

L’entreprise toulousaine Delair, spécialiste du drone pour l’industrie, vient de lever plusieurs millions d’euros auprès du géant américain Intel. Ces fonds vont permettre à la pépite française de développer sa plateforme cloud d’analyse de données.

https://www.usine-digitale.fr

2018, July 11th – Power to the drones: utilities place bets on robots

Flying robots that can travel dozens of kilometers without stopping could be the next big thing for power companies.

https://www.reuters.com

2018, July 11th – Les géomètres veulent prendre la mesure des drones

Les appareils volants sans pilote à bord font drastiquement baisser les coûts des relevés, et ils bousculent la profession. Interview de Chase Fly, expert Géospatial chez Delair

https://www.lemonde.fr – La Foire du drone

2019, January 31 – Drones for Power Line Inspections

There is a quieter, cleaner, cheaper option for aerial power line inspections: drones.
Paolo Guzzini, Delair’s power and utilities product manager and an expert in utility aviation, explains why fixed-wing drones are the future of aerial-based asset management in the utility market because they offer a range of advantages over other methods, such as helicopters. Fixed-wing drones cover areas not possible or practical by other surveying approaches.

https://www.utilityproducts.com/articles/print/volume-23/issue-1/feature-stories/drones-for-power-line-inspections.html

2018, December 10 – Why working with Intel is helping Delair’s drones fly into new markets

French company Delair is shifting deeper into managing drones and the data they produce.

https://www.zdnet.com/article/why-working-with-intel-is-helping-delairs-drones-fly-into-new-markets/

2018, November 18 – Startup Of The Week: Delair

“Software absolutely will be big,” says Michaël de Lagarde, co-founder and CEO of Delair. “Right now, software is kind of negligible. It was about 10 percent of revenue in 2017. In five years, we anticipate it will be the biggest source of revenue. That’s where the value is shifting.”

https://innovator.news/startup-of-the-week-delair-14ba25a583a5

2018, November 5 – PrecisionHawk, Delair Acquisitions Highlight Growing Importance Of Scale In Drone Industry

“Scale is key,” stresses Benjamin Benharrosh, co-founder of Delair. “You need size to have a worldwide footprint.” Size is critical to provide research and development to stay at the forefront of technological development. It is also crucial to provide the full service that large companies need, he said.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/philipfinnegan/2018/11/05/acquisitions-highlight-growing-importance-of-scale-in-the-drone-industry

2018, October 30 – Failed drone startup Airware auctions assets, Delair buys teammates

French drone services company Delair is buying Airware’s Redbird analytics software and IP, plus the 26 employees who ran it.

https://techcrunch.com/2018

2018, October 1st – Automating the Future of Drone Technology with Intel and Delair @ Commercial UAV Expo 2018

Watch the interview with Benjamin Benharrosh, and Anil Nanduri, vice president of the New Technology Group and general manager of Unmanned Aviation Systems at Intel Corporation. They talk about the Intel Insight platform.

https://www.expouav.com/news

2018, September 24th – How drones can help manage the world’s food supply

Blog post by Michael de Lagarde, CEO of Delair. Drones are more than just cool-looking flying objects. Their real value lies in their ability to quickly and efficiently gather and analyze information on assets, geography, infrastructure, environmental trends and other important data that can be used to drive actional business insights.

https://www.weforum.org – Future of Food

2018, September 21st – French project to boost hydrogen fuel cells in aircraft

HES is announcing its partnership with France’s leading professional unmanned aircraft builder DELAIR and ERGOSUP, a French start-up developing energy-efficient hydrogen production systems.

http://www.eenewspower.com

2018, September 19th – Delair announces the opening of its first Beijing office, at the World Economic Forum in Tianjin

Delair announced at the Summer Davos the opening of its first office in China, as the company seeks to increase its presence in the rapidly expanding Chinese market. “China is an extremely fast-growing and dynamic market with a wide spectrum of challenges and needs that are well suited to our drone solutions,” said Michael de Lagarde, president and co-founder of Delair.

http://www.xinhuanet.com

2018, September 13th – Intel Capital invests in Delair to help French drone maker expand its software platform

According to Delair CEO and cofounder Michael de Lagarde, drone users are now trying to manage the growing volume of data collected. “As the hardware is spreading and getting adopted, the added value shifts to the data processing,” he said. “Because at the end, what the customer wants is actionable business intelligence.”

https://venturebeat.com

2018, September 13th – Delair Receives Funding from Intel for Data-driven Drone Software Solutions

https://www.gim-international.com

2018, September 13th – Intel investit plusieurs millions d’euros dans Delair, le champion français du drone civil

L’entreprise toulousaine Delair, spécialiste du drone pour l’industrie, vient de lever plusieurs millions d’euros auprès du géant américain Intel. Ces fonds vont permettre à la pépite française de développer sa plateforme cloud d’analyse de données.

https://www.usine-digitale.fr

2018, July 11th – Power to the drones: utilities place bets on robots

Flying robots that can travel dozens of kilometers without stopping could be the next big thing for power companies.

https://www.reuters.com

2018, July 11th – Les géomètres veulent prendre la mesure des drones

Les appareils volants sans pilote à bord font drastiquement baisser les coûts des relevés, et ils bousculent la profession. Interview de Chase Fly, expert Géospatial chez Delair

https://www.lemonde.fr – La Foire du drone

2019, January 31 – Drones for Power Line Inspections

There is a quieter, cleaner, cheaper option for aerial power line inspections: drones.
Paolo Guzzini, Delair’s power and utilities product manager and an expert in utility aviation, explains why fixed-wing drones are the future of aerial-based asset management in the utility market because they offer a range of advantages over other methods, such as helicopters. Fixed-wing drones cover areas not possible or practical by other surveying approaches.

https://www.utilityproducts.com/articles/print/volume-23/issue-1/feature-stories/drones-for-power-line-inspections.html

2018, December 10 – Why working with Intel is helping Delair’s drones fly into new markets

French company Delair is shifting deeper into managing drones and the data they produce.

https://www.zdnet.com/article/why-working-with-intel-is-helping-delairs-drones-fly-into-new-markets/

2018, November 18 – Startup Of The Week: Delair

“Software absolutely will be big,” says Michaël de Lagarde, co-founder and CEO of Delair. “Right now, software is kind of negligible. It was about 10 percent of revenue in 2017. In five years, we anticipate it will be the biggest source of revenue. That’s where the value is shifting.”

https://innovator.news/startup-of-the-week-delair-14ba25a583a5

2018, November 5 – PrecisionHawk, Delair Acquisitions Highlight Growing Importance Of Scale In Drone Industry

“Scale is key,” stresses Benjamin Benharrosh, co-founder of Delair. “You need size to have a worldwide footprint.” Size is critical to provide research and development to stay at the forefront of technological development. It is also crucial to provide the full service that large companies need, he said.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/philipfinnegan/2018/11/05/acquisitions-highlight-growing-importance-of-scale-in-the-drone-industry

2018, October 30 – Failed drone startup Airware auctions assets, Delair buys teammates

French drone services company Delair is buying Airware’s Redbird analytics software and IP, plus the 26 employees who ran it.

https://techcrunch.com/2018

2018, October 1st – Automating the Future of Drone Technology with Intel and Delair @ Commercial UAV Expo 2018

Watch the interview with Benjamin Benharrosh, and Anil Nanduri, vice president of the New Technology Group and general manager of Unmanned Aviation Systems at Intel Corporation. They talk about the Intel Insight platform.

https://www.expouav.com/news

2018, September 24th – How drones can help manage the world’s food supply

Blog post by Michael de Lagarde, CEO of Delair. Drones are more than just cool-looking flying objects. Their real value lies in their ability to quickly and efficiently gather and analyze information on assets, geography, infrastructure, environmental trends and other important data that can be used to drive actional business insights.

https://www.weforum.org – Future of Food

2018, September 21st – French project to boost hydrogen fuel cells in aircraft

HES is announcing its partnership with France’s leading professional unmanned aircraft builder DELAIR and ERGOSUP, a French start-up developing energy-efficient hydrogen production systems.

http://www.eenewspower.com

2018, September 19th – Delair announces the opening of its first Beijing office, at the World Economic Forum in Tianjin

Delair announced at the Summer Davos the opening of its first office in China, as the company seeks to increase its presence in the rapidly expanding Chinese market. “China is an extremely fast-growing and dynamic market with a wide spectrum of challenges and needs that are well suited to our drone solutions,” said Michael de Lagarde, president and co-founder of Delair.

http://www.xinhuanet.com

2018, September 13th – Intel Capital invests in Delair to help French drone maker expand its software platform

According to Delair CEO and cofounder Michael de Lagarde, drone users are now trying to manage the growing volume of data collected. “As the hardware is spreading and getting adopted, the added value shifts to the data processing,” he said. “Because at the end, what the customer wants is actionable business intelligence.”

https://venturebeat.com

2018, September 13th – Delair Receives Funding from Intel for Data-driven Drone Software Solutions

https://www.gim-international.com

2018, September 13th – Intel investit plusieurs millions d’euros dans Delair, le champion français du drone civil

L’entreprise toulousaine Delair, spécialiste du drone pour l’industrie, vient de lever plusieurs millions d’euros auprès du géant américain Intel. Ces fonds vont permettre à la pépite française de développer sa plateforme cloud d’analyse de données.

https://www.usine-digitale.fr

2018, July 11th – Power to the drones: utilities place bets on robots

Flying robots that can travel dozens of kilometers without stopping could be the next big thing for power companies.

https://www.reuters.com

2018, July 11th – Les géomètres veulent prendre la mesure des drones

Les appareils volants sans pilote à bord font drastiquement baisser les coûts des relevés, et ils bousculent la profession. Interview de Chase Fly, expert Géospatial chez Delair

https://www.lemonde.fr – La Foire du drone

2018, November 18 – Startup Of The Week: Delair

“Software absolutely will be big,” says Michaël de Lagarde, co-founder and CEO of Delair. “Right now, software is kind of negligible. It was about 10 percent of revenue in 2017. In five years, we anticipate it will be the biggest source of revenue. That’s where the value is shifting.”

https://innovator.news/startup-of-the-week-delair-14ba25a583a5

2018, November 5 – PrecisionHawk, Delair Acquisitions Highlight Growing Importance Of Scale In Drone Industry

“Scale is key,” stresses Benjamin Benharrosh, co-founder of Delair. “You need size to have a worldwide footprint.” Size is critical to provide research and development to stay at the forefront of technological development. It is also crucial to provide the full service that large companies need, he said.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/philipfinnegan/2018/11/05/acquisitions-highlight-growing-importance-of-scale-in-the-drone-industry

2018, October 30 – Failed drone startup Airware auctions assets, Delair buys teammates

French drone services company Delair is buying Airware’s Redbird analytics software and IP, plus the 26 employees who ran it.

https://techcrunch.com/2018

2018, October 1st – Automating the Future of Drone Technology with Intel and Delair @ Commercial UAV Expo 2018

Watch the interview with Benjamin Benharrosh, and Anil Nanduri, vice president of the New Technology Group and general manager of Unmanned Aviation Systems at Intel Corporation. They talk about the Intel Insight platform.

https://www.expouav.com/news

2018, September 24th – How drones can help manage the world’s food supply

Blog post by Michael de Lagarde, CEO of Delair. Drones are more than just cool-looking flying objects. Their real value lies in their ability to quickly and efficiently gather and analyze information on assets, geography, infrastructure, environmental trends and other important data that can be used to drive actional business insights.

https://www.weforum.org – Future of Food

2018, September 21st – French project to boost hydrogen fuel cells in aircraft

HES is announcing its partnership with France’s leading professional unmanned aircraft builder DELAIR and ERGOSUP, a French start-up developing energy-efficient hydrogen production systems.

http://www.eenewspower.com

2018, September 19th – Delair announces the opening of its first Beijing office, at the World Economic Forum in Tianjin

Delair announced at the Summer Davos the opening of its first office in China, as the company seeks to increase its presence in the rapidly expanding Chinese market. “China is an extremely fast-growing and dynamic market with a wide spectrum of challenges and needs that are well suited to our drone solutions,” said Michael de Lagarde, president and co-founder of Delair.

http://www.xinhuanet.com

2018, September 13th – Intel Capital invests in Delair to help French drone maker expand its software platform

According to Delair CEO and cofounder Michael de Lagarde, drone users are now trying to manage the growing volume of data collected. “As the hardware is spreading and getting adopted, the added value shifts to the data processing,” he said. “Because at the end, what the customer wants is actionable business intelligence.”

https://venturebeat.com

2018, September 13th – Delair Receives Funding from Intel for Data-driven Drone Software Solutions

https://www.gim-international.com

2018, September 13th – Intel investit plusieurs millions d’euros dans Delair, le champion français du drone civil

L’entreprise toulousaine Delair, spécialiste du drone pour l’industrie, vient de lever plusieurs millions d’euros auprès du géant américain Intel. Ces fonds vont permettre à la pépite française de développer sa plateforme cloud d’analyse de données.

https://www.usine-digitale.fr

2018, July 11th – Power to the drones: utilities place bets on robots

Flying robots that can travel dozens of kilometers without stopping could be the next big thing for power companies.

https://www.reuters.com

2018, July 11th – Les géomètres veulent prendre la mesure des drones

Les appareils volants sans pilote à bord font drastiquement baisser les coûts des relevés, et ils bousculent la profession. Interview de Chase Fly, expert Géospatial chez Delair

https://www.lemonde.fr – La Foire du drone

2018, October 30 – Failed drone startup Airware auctions assets, Delair buys teammates

French drone services company Delair  is buying Airware’s Redbird analytics software and IP, plus the 26 employees who ran it.

https://techcrunch.com/2018

2018, October 1st – Automating the Future of Drone Technology with Intel and Delair @ Commercial UAV Expo 2018

Watch the interview with Benjamin Benharrosh, and Anil Nanduri, vice president of the New Technology Group and general manager of Unmanned Aviation Systems at Intel Corporation. They talk about the Intel Insight platform.

https://www.expouav.com/news

2018, September 24th – How drones can help manage the world’s food supply

Blog post by Michael de Lagarde, CEO of Delair. Drones are more than just cool-looking flying objects. Their real value lies in their ability to quickly and efficiently gather and analyze information on assets, geography, infrastructure, environmental trends and other important data that can be used to drive actional business insights.

https://www.weforum.org – Future of Food

2018, September 21st – French project to boost hydrogen fuel cells in aircraft

HES is announcing its partnership with France’s leading professional unmanned aircraft builder DELAIR and ERGOSUP, a French start-up developing energy-efficient hydrogen production systems.

http://www.eenewspower.com

2018, September 19th – Delair announces the opening of its first Beijing office, at the World Economic Forum in Tianjin

Delair announced at the Summer Davos the opening of its first office in China, as the company seeks to increase its presence in the rapidly expanding Chinese market. “China is an extremely fast-growing and dynamic market with a wide spectrum of challenges and needs that are well suited to our drone solutions,” said Michael de Lagarde, president and co-founder of Delair.

http://www.xinhuanet.com

2018, September 13th – Intel Capital invests in Delair to help French drone maker expand its software platform

According to Delair CEO and cofounder Michael de Lagarde, drone users are now trying to manage the growing volume of data collected. “As the hardware is spreading and getting adopted, the added value shifts to the data processing,” he said. “Because at the end, what the customer wants is actionable business intelligence.”

https://venturebeat.com

2018, September 13th – Delair Receives Funding from Intel for Data-driven Drone Software Solutions

https://www.gim-international.com

2018, September 13th – Intel investit plusieurs millions d’euros dans Delair, le champion français du drone civil

L’entreprise toulousaine Delair, spécialiste du drone pour l’industrie, vient de lever plusieurs millions d’euros auprès du géant américain Intel. Ces fonds vont permettre à la pépite française de développer sa plateforme cloud d’analyse de données.

https://www.usine-digitale.fr

2018, July 11th – Power to the drones: utilities place bets on robots

Flying robots that can travel dozens of kilometers without stopping could be the next big thing for power companies.

https://www.reuters.com

2018, July 11th – Les géomètres veulent prendre la mesure des drones

Les appareils volants sans pilote à bord font drastiquement baisser les coûts des relevés, et ils bousculent la profession. Interview de Chase Fly, expert Géospatial chez Delair

https://www.lemonde.fr – La Foire du drone