Commaris partners with FIZUAS Unmanned Aircraft Systems
Commaris™, a brand of Terrafugia, Inc. delivering uncrewed aerial vehicles (UAVs) for commercial operations, today announces its dealer partnership with FIZUAS Unmanned Aircraft Systems. This partnership allows FIZUAS to sell Commaris’s flagship long-range UAV, the SEEKER, for commercial use.
“We are excited to launch our new partnership with FIZUAS; their team of experienced UAV professionals has created a dealership uniquely focused on those applications requiring commercial-grade UAVs such as the SEEKER,” said Fred Bedard, Director of Sales and Marketing at Commaris. FIZUAS brings Commaris the application expertise in commercial operations such as power, gas, oil, mapping, agriculture, law enforcement, and public safety, which are the precise applications the SEEKER was designed to operate within.
The Seeker’s innovative, electric, fixed-wing/VTOL hybrid aircraft is designed to perform a wide variety of commercial inspection operations, including security and surveillance, inspections, surveying and mapping, and more. It has a long-endurance capability, with up to three or more hours of flight time without a battery change, and it supports multiple payload configurations of up to 10 pounds at a top speed of over 75 mph.
FIZUAS (Fix-In-a-Zip, LLC. Unmanned Aerial Systems) is a trusted provider of UAS solutions. FIZUAS specializes in the sales, service, repair, and consultation of industry-leading drone solutions to the energy, agriculture, utilities, public safety, and search & rescue industries.
“The partnership with Commaris is a crucial step forward in the UAS industry and our objective of becoming a leading solutions provider,” said Mr. Christopher Camelio, Vice President, FIZUAS.
“The SEEKER platform by Commaris delivers a unique combination of drone capabilities into a single platform. The vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL), the stability of the platform, and extended flight time are industry-leading, thus enabling our clients to realize significant benefits to their aviation programs,” added Mr. Camelio.