DroneQ has its’ roots in Offshore, maritime salvage, civil underwater and surface construction and calamity response and has conducted inspections of oil- and gas installations, pipelines, cables and surface and subsea installations with UAV’s and ROV’s (Remotely Operated Vehicles) and gained global knowledge and experience in destructive and non-destructive inspection jobs. DroneQ operates a state-of-the-art DRONE OPERATION CENTER (DOC) from which UAV operations are planned, managed and executed in order to provide customers with high-quality data collection with drones, store and process this data in a secure way with innovative technologies and processes, analyze and share it with customers. DroneQ has built its’ Drone Operation Center within the framework of the new ISO standard 21384 Unmanned Aircraft Systems – Part 3: Operational Procedures!
DroneQ is experienced in organizing and executing complex international UAV project management, from both operational and financial perspective where the interests of all stakeholder are security safeguarded and DroneQ operates as a bridge between the various organizations involved.
DroneQ drone operations include industrial inspections, thermal and video inspections, maritime disaster and calamity aerial support, environmental monitoring, gas detection, surveying and mapping and cinematography in the field of offshore industry, wind- and solar energy, maritime, telecom and nature preservation.
DroneQ has set up a maritime Drone Command Center (DCC) based in Den Helder, The Netherlands. DroneQ is key member of the Maritime Drone Initiative (MDI), a governmental project of the municipalities and province of North-Holland, and collaborates with many local organizations and drone vendors in relation to maritime drone operations, developing civil maritime drones and supporting infrastructure such as Maintenance and Repair facilities, educational programs and awareness programs in order to enhance social acceptance of drone usage.