Lufthansa & DJI Develop Commercial Drone Technology

Lufthansa and DJI Drone TechnologyLufthansa and DJI Drone Technology

Lufthansa Aerial Services, a division of Lufthansa Consulting, today signed a deal with DJI to use the world’s leading drone-maker’s aerial platforms to develop commercial applications for its key customers. A recent pilot project to inspect rotor blades on wind turbines was just completed by the Lufthansa and DJI. Other plans include inspections of infrastructure, such as wind power and photovoltaic systems, electricity and railroad lines and pipelines laid above ground. For more information see Lufthansa Aerial Services deal.

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