There is one principal reason that drives how we spend our time and energy and that is our belief that drone solutions will change the way we live for the better. Drones shed light about our world from a unique perspective and engineering that perspective into insight and impact is what we do. Much of what we build here is the engine that will drive the future of drone-powered solutions.
To believe in what drones can do and have the persistence to realise their potential is the common thread that binds us with the ones who choose to trust us with their businesses, data and careers. We bring a set of principles and values to the relationship that is best expressed by starting with the right question.
Our aim is to turn the trust and belief we have in drones and each other into real-world value. This transition from trust to value takes place through our culture, values and goals that originate in three principles:
There is a collective urge amongst the ones that rush through our corridors, walk in thoughtful circles and thoughtfully sip their coffee looking into the distance. It is a simple and persistent drive to find the solution to a problem from first principles, a drive that starts from finding out “The Why” and everything that logically follows or “flows” from thereon.
Our commitment to truth is led by two schools of thought that we value above anything else, the scientific method and the engineering design process. These two schools guide us through the process of building and deploying solutions keeping in mind that what we build today can be improved upon provided the answers we find today lead to better questions tomorrow.
What is the point of what we build here if we can’t couple creativity with common sense and lofty principles with practicality? Everything we build for our stakeholders within and outside of our physical walls is done so that the purpose and functions of our solutions are clear and intuitive, their nature is scalable across physical and mental boundaries of geographies and convention.
In the short span of time we have been here, we have managed to redesign and change the way agribusiness governs produce, developed better workflows for mining conglomerates and played a role in prototyping India’s first smart village. And yet, there is so much left to build, so many people across the world that are yet to realise how drones can help them stay true to their purpose without endangering lives, mismanaging assets or making decisions sans the right context.
It is true that there is a long way to go, we have many challenges we have yet to learn from but that is the best part of why we started this journey. By working with enterprises, governments and people we will be able to enable and scale what drones can help build, and shape a better world that even goes beyond better roads, smarter agriculture and safer mines because this could just be the beginning.