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BizX: Aerobotics making strides through problem-solving mechanisms

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The use of drones in our everyday living, to fight crime or simply take aerial pictures, is growing tremendously.

Aerobotics is a business focused on using drone technology, coupled with aerial imagery and data analytics, to solve specific niche challenges faced by a wide range of industries.

Founder, Andrew Burdock says their aim is to increase their marketing and to expand the business beyond South African Borders.

The company sets itself apart form others with the quality by focusing on specific niche problems and coming up with solutions.

They are a team of 10, mainly engineers.

Listen to Pavlo Phitidis's advice on how this business can be progressed to the next level:


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