Autel Launches New Website, Shifts Focus to B2B, Commercial Drone Applications

Autel Robotics Launches Redesigned Website, focused on Autel commercial offerings.

by DRONELIFE Staff Writer Ian M. Crosby

Drone manufacturer Autel Robotics has launched a completely redesigned website focused on solutions and case studies that will assist customers in better understanding the benefits of its products. This new website comes in response to an increased need to address customer difficulties and provide solutions with clear and measurable business value.

Autel Robotics, a subsidiary of Autel Intelligent Technology, a global technology corporation.  While the company began in 2015 with a focus on the consumer and recreational markets, the new website signifies the companies shift to B2B, government and commercial drone applications.

The updated website highlights more than eight key applications for drones and UAVs, including: Anti-Smuggling, Border Watch, Scalable Security and Premises Management, Transmission Line Inspection, Transmission Poles and Tower Inspection, Substation Inspection, Oil Rig and Refinery Inspection, Spatial Planning, and Engineering, Surveying, and Construction.

The website also showcases leading industries utilizing UAV technology, with a focus on key opportunities for displacement, the value provided by Autel’s solutions, and which Autel products are best suited for various applications.

The company will update the website’s case studies section with new stories from a wide range of industries, including real cases from police, fire, utilities, and government organizations that have leveraged Autel products.

With the launch of the new website, Autel seeks to ensure that customers have easier access to the necessary information for making informed decisions about which products best suit their needs. In showcasing its solutions within the context of industry-specific applications, the company will be more able to illustrate the unique benefits of its drones and UAVs.

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Ian attended Dominican University of California, where he received a BA in English in 2019. With a lifelong passion for writing and storytelling and a keen interest in technology, he is now contributing to DroneLife as a staff writer.