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Before the war in Ukraine, there was an increased demand for unmanned aerial vehicles - drones were helping farmers and road workers, foresters, and rescue forces. Therefore, the interest of investors in startups related to drones was obvious. One such company is Culver Aviation, which manufactures SKIF drones and provides ground monitoring services. But the war changed everything dramatically…
The AIN.UA editorial office asked the company's CEO Oleksandr Danylenko about his work during the war.
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"Closed sky". The creator of SKIF agricultural drones Oleksandr Danylenko launches a school for drone operators and donates his planes to the Armed Forces. Here is his story
The war changed Oleksandr's business dramatically. On how an entrepreneur copes with new challenges, why he moved his business to the western part of Ukraine and why he began to provide educational services read further in this article.
A manufacturer of air monitoring services, Culver Aviation, which is part of the TECHIIA holding, has opened the first enrollment to UAV operator training courses.
Culver Aviation handed over two SKIF UAVs of its own production worth $54,000 (UAH 1.6 million) to the defenders of Ukraine
Culver Aviation, part of TECHIIA Holding, an aerial monitoring solutions developer, handed over two SKIF UAVs of its own production worth UAH 1.6 million to the defenders of Ukraine.
After the full-scale invasion of Ukraine by Russian troops, Culver Aviation moved its production and development officeto the west of the country. At the new location, the company continues to work on the development of devices and software for aerial monitoring services.