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Drone manufacturers on hiring spree amid fresh funding, policy initiatives

Business sentiment has improved in drone industry in the last six months and we are getting larger orders from govt and private customers," said Omnipresent Robot Tech's Sinha

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Drone manufacturers are doubling their headcount to develop new products and tap new markets in India and overseas.

Aneesh Phadnis Mumbai
Drone manufacturers are looking to double headcount in their organisations to develop new products and tap new markets in India and abroad. This comes on the back of fresh funding and policy initiatives that have simplified the production and operation of drones.

“Our staff strength is 60 and we expect to double the number in the coming quarter. Most of the new hires will be on the technology side – in drone design, engineering, and pilots. We are also looking for people in senior roles in sales for our defence and private sector contracts,” said Aakash Sinha, founder and chief executive

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First Published: May 27 2022 | 11:43 AM IST

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