Quadsat, a Danish company specializing in test and verification of radio frequency equipment, has joined UAS Norway, Norway’s national organization for facilitating and advancing civilian and commercial usage of unmanned aircraft systems, encompassing drones and the entire industry ecosystem. Joining UAS Norway will enable Quadsat to expand international collaboration and work with an internationally recognized and respected UAS organization.
UAS Norway is a non-profit, independent organization, open to all private and public companies and organizations related to unmanned aircraft. Its main aims are to be a representative of the Norwegian remotely piloted aircraft systems (RPAS) environment, to promote policy in line with Norwegian RPAS industry and operators, to promote and participate in regulatory development, and to encourage safe usage, public acceptance and integration of drones across society. In addition, it operates as a co-player and a corrective organ for aviation authorities, politicians, and the business sector which is increasingly utilising drones as a part of its activities.
Søren Aarhus, Chief Operating Officer, Quadsat, commented:
“UAVs have the potential to change how societies are organized and also to accelerate the green transition. Norway has proven to be in the lead when it comes to innovatively integrating professional UAV operations and manned aviation, at least in Scandinavia. As an international focused UAS operator, Quadsat wants to work with, and learn from, the best in class. That is why we decided to join UAS Norway, because it enables us to better service and support our customers, both in Norway and abroad.”
Anders Martinsen, CEO, UAS Norway, added:
“Quadsat has developed a unique use case for drones that is already radically changing the way in which satellite equipment can be tested. We are happy to welcome Quadsat to the UAS Norway family, and proud that professional UAV operators look towards Norway for inspiration and to do business.”
With its state-of-the-art drone technology, Quadsat, is dramatically simplifying testing of satellite equipment at every stage of its lifecycle. Quadsat’s system is fully automated, flexible, and location independent, making it capable of scaling and transforming how antennas are tested. The company has already worked with leading satellite companies, including OneWeb, SES, and the European Space Agency.