K2 Unmanned Systems and Robotic Skies partner to provide 'complete customer service experience'
K2 Unmanned Systems, which recently released what it calls the first American made Law Enforcement tactical drone, Knight Hawk, has partnered with Robotic Skies to provide its customers with a “complete customer service experience.”
Robotic Skies has a global network of more than 150 independently-owned and operated repair stations across 35 countries. Each service center in the network is equipped with the aviation expertise and factory training to ensure the mission readiness of commercial unmanned systems.
Additionally, Robotic Skies, like K2, offers its customers “turnkey field service programs designed to keep their UAS flying safely, efficiently and affordably.”
“We provide a comprehensive sUAS product & service package for our customers, and scheduled maintenance / efficient repair service is an important part of that puzzle,” says Founder/CEO, Jason Kamdar.
K2 says that the relationship with Robotic Skies “offers a new dynamic to the drone industry,” where UAS owners will have “rapid, local access” to small UAS product support, both in the shop, and in the field where Field Service Reps can repair a unit.
“We are there with you every step of the way,” Kamdar concludes.