Small Danish drone-imaging firm gets global attention for wind turbine photos

The little Danish company Scopito has over the last four years developed a system that is now in demand in Scandinavia and the US. Danish and European legislation represent one of the obstacles blocking the company's breakthrough onto other markets, says CEO.

"I am confident we will become a global leader in our field. In my opinion, we are one of the leading players at present," says Scopito founder and CEO Ken Falk.

The company has perhaps not yet established itself in the energy industry, but not for lack of ambition. The company has developed a data processing system, a so-called cloud platform, in which images of, for instance, wind turbines, solar farms, telephone poles or high-voltage transmission cables can be stored, analyzed and shared.

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