Professional Drone System Solution Company


May 8, 2017
Press Release

PRODRONE Secures One Billion Yen Series A Funding Round

NAGOYA-Japan, March, 2017 – an industrial drone system manufacture company, PRODRONE Co., Ltd.(PRODRONE) has announced that it has secured a one Billion yen Series A funding round from Mitsubishi Corporation(headquarters: Chiyoda, Tokyo), KDDI Corporation(headquarters: Chiyoda, Tokyo), Canon Marketing Japan Inc.(headquarters: Minato, Tokyo), SHO-BOND Corporation(headquarters: Chuo, Tokyo), AISAN TECHNOLOGY Co., Ltd.(headquarters: Nagoya, Aichi), and Nagoya Small and Medium Business Investment & Consultation Co., Ltd.(headquarters: Nagoya, Aichi).

Funding will be used to continue to empower the commercial use drone system research and development, meet growing customer demand, and expand our business globally.

PRODRONE, a B2B company, aspires to be the world’s top manufacturer of industrial drone system. PRODRONE provides its customers seeking industrial drones with a complete one-stop service and supply of industrial drones including investigation and consulting, development design, demanding control software, customized service application, and manufacturing mass-production.

“Revolutionary Drones for Professionals” is the vision at PRODRONE. PRODRONE is developing and manufacturing revolutionary drones for the world with PRODRONE core technologies.

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Press inquiries:
CEO: Masakazu Kono
Contact: Shusaku Takeshima,
Director, Administration
Tel: +81-52-950-1278

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