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Marut Drones Partners with SkyDrive to Transform Indian Air Transportation

A memorandum of understanding (MoU) was signed by Marut Drones, a leading drone technology manufacturer in India, and SkyDrive, a leading Japanese eVTOL aircraft manufacturer with headquarters in Japan, to form a partnership that will mark a significant milestone in the development of futuristic air transportation in India.
SkyDrive CEO, Tomohiro Fukuzawa and Marut Drone Founder & CEO, Prem Kumar

A memorandum of understanding (MoU) was signed by Marut Drones, a leading drone technology manufacturer in India, and SkyDrive, a leading Japanese eVTOL aircraft manufacturer with headquarters in Japan, to form a partnership that will mark a significant milestone in the development of futuristic air transportation in India.

SkyDrive and Marut Drones want to investigate and build networks and partnerships that will benefit both parties within the terms of the agreement.

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Marut Drones’s extensive array of drone solutions is painstakingly designed to make a noticeable, long-lasting difference, from increasing agricultural productivity and guaranteeing effective healthcare logistics to preventing the spread of diseases carried by mosquitoes and enabling ecologically friendly aerial seeding.

About Marut Drones

India’s top producer of drone technology, Marut Drones focuses on creating drone-based solutions for enduring social issues. Marut Drones, founded in 2019 by three IIT graduates, aims to progress agriculture. Its goal is to construct the global food supply infrastructure of the next 100 years, which will provide food security, variety, and sufficiency.

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About SkyDrive Inc.

SkyDrive was formally established in July 2018 after testing flying car concepts and prototypes from 2014 with the mission of “taking the lead in the once-in-a-century mobility revolution.” Its vision is to create a future where everyone has access to eVTOLs as their daily transportation in Japan and across the world.

SkyDrive plans to begin production of “SKYDRIVE” in the Spring of 2024 at the plant owned by official production partner Suzuki Motor Company. SkyDrive is headquartered in Toyota, Aichi Prefecture. Tomohiro Fukuzawa is the CEO of the company.

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