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February 22nd, 2012
Icaros Inc and MAVinci Established An Agreement

MAVinci is now offering its UAV’s customers easy integration of all major processing SW companies and allows their UAV customers to choose the process provider individually.

“Icaros has recently entered this exciting UAV processing services. We find this agreement with MAVinci a significant step to be able to fully serve this emerging market” said Avi Aflalo, Icaros’ marketing and sales regional manager.

“As a fast growing UAV company we find it important to allow our customer to have the largest selection of their processing provider. Icaros processing service joining our portfolio, allows us to widen our customers’ selection possibilities.”  Said Johanna Born, MAVinci CEO. Read More