Cyberhawk to expand with new HQ

Published: 25 July 2019

Drone technology firm Cyberhawk has announced its intention to “expand” with a move into new corporate headquarters.

The firm has moved from its premises in Livingston to a new head office at the Edinburgh International Climbing Arena (EICA), less than five miles from the Edinburgh International Airport.

It’s a world class facility and say a big thank you to Edinburgh Leisure and the Edinburgh City Council for helping us make that dream a reality...

Chris Fleming, Chief Executive, Cyberhawk


Cyberhawk’s unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) are used for aerial inspections on oil and gas installations, and increasingly by renewable energy firms. 

Cyberhawk was bought by a group of London-based private investors in March, advised by Magnesium Capital. It enjoyed its most successful year to date during the 12 months to March 31 2018. The firm currently employs 60 people, including UAV pilots, inspection engineers, surveyors and software developers...

Full story via Energy Voice news


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