LOS ANGELES (PRWEB) MAY 13, 2019
Neat Brands, a leading provider of commercial UAS technology adoption and solutions, has revealed the business’ rebrand to Enterprise UAS. The company’s announcement comes at an exciting time as they add Aerial Media Pros, another DJI Enterprise dealer, to their roster and continue to dominate the Southern California market.
The new name and face behind Enterprise UAS serves to provide a more comprehensive brand identity while strengthening their unique place in the industry. Paired with the acquisition of Aerial Media Pros, Enterprise UAS will have greater control of how they reach and train public safety organizations, educational institutions, and commercial UAS customers.
“We’re setting the standard when it comes to UAS technology adoption and this rebrand leaves no questions in the mind as to who we are and what we do,” says Sam Nam, Co-founder and CMO of Enterprise UAS. “Our mission has always been to truly support our customers so they can successfully integrate these advanced UAS technologies and be more efficient when it comes to saving lives and doing business.”
Enterprise UAS was established in 2015 through a $2 million dollar seed investment from founders Mike Zaya and Sam Nam. Their vision was to create a technology company with a focus on doing good by providing solutions to the commercial UAS market. Less than five years later, it’s safe to say Enterprise UAS has built incredible momentum and earned their position as a leader in the UAS industry.
View the new Enterprise UAS website here: https://www.enterpriseuas.com/about-us/
About Enterprise UAS:
Enterprise UAS (formerly known as Neat Brands) was established in 2015 through a $2 million dollar seed investment from founders Mike Zaya and Sam Nam. Their vision was to create a technology company with a focus on doing good. Founder Mike Zaya saw how UAS technology was being used to save lives, support green energy, and empower smart farming, and decided to invest in commercial UAS. In 2015, Enterprise UAS acquired DSLRPros. DSLRPros was the first dealer to sell a gimbalized FLIR thermal sensor on a DJI drone. This acquisition added a large public safety client base who were using thermal drones to conduct rescue and fire fighting missions. In 2017, Enterprise UAS strategically acquired Dronefly, a Los Angeles based DJI dealer that operated the largest drone repair center in the Western United States. This acquisition added a large team of drone repair technicians to the company. In 2019, Enterprise UAS acquired Aerial Media Pros, a leading DJI Enterprise dealer, further expanding market share in the Southern California market.