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Cushman & Wakefield and FairFleet Enter Global Agreement to Enhance Clients’ Marketing and Inspection Capabilities through Drone Services

Chek Yee Foo • 14/05/2021
Cushman & Wakefield, a leading global real estate services firm, announced the firm is expanding its agreement with FairFleet, a full-service provider for drone-powered solutions, to offer drone services to its clients in EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa), Asia Pacific and Canada. 

Through FairFleet’s worldwide network of certified local drone pilots, as well as its processing and analysis capabilities, Cushman & Wakefield professionals have quick access to drone footage and the ability to analyse the technical condition of individual properties through inspection services. The solution enables property and facility teams to provide building owners an alternative approach to rooftop inspections to support ongoing and preventative maintenance.

Additionally, FairFleet creates visually compelling and dynamic marketing assets using drone footage. Properties can be optimally staged through innovative aerial photography and panoramic video shots that visualize the properties and its surroundings.

“Our strategy is to ensure our clients have access to technology solutions that drive value for their specific needs and objectives. This agreement with FairFleet offers our clients globally increased efficiency in property inspections and the ability to optimize their marketing efforts,” said Oliver Skagerlind, Cushman & Wakefield’s Global Head of Client & Business Solutions.

“Cushman & Wakefield has chosen a partner that has global drone service capabilities. At FairFleet we are constantly developing our global drone pilot network, our online platform and all processes to increase our client’s operation efficiency.” said Alexander Engelfried, FairFleet’s Co-founder and Chief Business Development Officer. “Within a few seconds anyone at Cushman & Wakefield will be able to book drone inspections and AI generated results will be accordingly stipulated and accessible shortly after drone deployment.”
 

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