Montpellier, June 20th 2018 – YellowScan, designer, developer and producer of UAV LiDAR solutions for professional applications, continues to expand its presence in the United States with the opening of a new office located at 150 S. State St. Suite 100 Salt Lake City, UT 84111, USA.
In addition to the corporate headquarter in Montferrier-sur-Lez near Montpellier (France), the new office supports the companys growth strategy. General Manager, Cliff Holle, is set to head operations at the US branch. Holle brings over 20 years of experience and tactical knowhow of the North American market.
YellowScan Inc., Principal, Pierre dHauteville is really thrilled to count Cliff in the team, Cliff Holle leading the expansion of our company in the US is a great asset. His experience within the geospatial and operations field will guide us through our growth strategy and help us better serve our customers and gain a leadership position in the North American market. This move represents YellowScans continuous dedication to enhance our customer experience globally.
The expansion will allow YellowScan to continuously serve its growing list of customers within the USA and Canada with exceptional local and tailored services for this market.
Dont miss the opportunity to meet the US team during the following events:
Energy Drone Coalition Summit in Houston June 20th to 22nd (Booth 1008)
Commercial UAV Expo Americas in Las Vegas October 1st to 3rd (Booth 523).
At YellowScan we design, develop and produce UAV Mapping solutions for professional applications. Fully integrated, ultra-light and easy to use, these highly automated data collection tools are used by customers around the world in fields such as surveying, forestry, environmental research, archeology, corridor mapping, civil engineering and mining. With more than 13 years of field experience, YellowScan is committed to delivering the highest level of performance, reliability and robustness for its solutions. Our platforms are field tested all over the world in multiple environments (tropical forest, bare soil, mountains, rivers, coast lines, open-pit mine, power lines). For more information, visit: www.yellowscan-lidar.com