DJI Enterprise and Syndico form UK partnership

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Syndico Distribution has been appointed UK distribution partner for DJI’s Enterprise drone solutions. Professional communications resellers can now provide business customers that rely on solutions such as professional communication, body-worn video and noise protection with DJI Enterprise’s drone technologies.

Andrew Wilson (pictured), managing director at Syndico, explained, “The partnership between DJI Enterprise and Syndico provides a huge opportunity for our channel. Professional communications resellers, who service some of the UK’s most vital sectors and largest business users of push-to-talk communication and body-worn video, can now access the best commercial drone solutions in the world.

“By implementing drone technology to their day-to-day operation, users can take their communication to a new level and create a more efficient, safe and profitable businesses. Notably, users in the agriculture, forestry, utilities, oil and gas, construction, law enforcement, emergency response and local authority sectors can use drone technology to gain vital aerial insight and create digital assets in a whole new way.”

Andrew Yu, senior sales manager at DJI, added, “We are seeing the UK increasingly adopt drone technology, with businesses wanting to benefit from DJI’s smart, safe and smooth solutions. By appointing Syndico as our new DJI Enterprise partner, we will be able to support the new generation of industry leaders across the country better than ever before.”

Awareness of drone technology in the commercial world is increasing in line with the growing popularity of consumer drones. A PwC study into the impact of drones showed that, by 2030, the UK could see a GDP increase of £42billion. Those GDP uplifts are expected to be particularly evident in industries such as public sector (£11.4bn), construction and manufacturing (£8.6bn) and wholesale, retail and food services (£7.7bn). In addition, the UK could benefit from £16billion in net cost savings and 628,000 jobs in the drone economy.