Since the beginning, Hemav has been led by two directors, Xavi Silva and I, Alex Gomar. Together we command the operation area, business development, the financial area and the added value area, and then we share other responsibilities, depending on our professional backgrounds: I manage the institutional relationships, economic department, investment and the topography and inspection industries.
Director and member of the Board of Directors for leading Marques Aviation’s global legal and business affairs covering issues such as corporate alliances, certification and licensing, competition, enforcement, flight operations, mergers and acquisitions, and safety regulation.
The third and the last part of this series is about the drone market M&A activity. In this article, you will find a number of interesting facts – about the mergers and acquisitions – that transpired in the drone industry over the last few years. However, we believe that the best collaboration of ideas and assets are yet to come.
Besides the startups that we noted last week, there are of course many mature drone companies out there. About a year ago, some of them left the start-up phase to grow into a fast developing market. Undoubtedly, to be among the best you need a lot of money from people who believe in your vision.
Over the next three weeks, we will introduce you to the most successful hardware and software startups, mature drone companies and the latest market M&A activity.
Why did you choose the drone that you are currently using? If you decide to buy a drone today, what would be your reasons for purchasing it? Does the price have the biggest influence on your buying decision? Of course, you want to get the drone that has the best performance for your budget. Because of that, you decide to check out some drone types.
Today you read a lot about new drones with new features and increased capabilities. But what does that mean in relation? Does this new feature make this new drone really better than any other?