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Malaysia's Aerodyne takes stake in Australian drone inspector

Wide-ranging startup banks on Sensorem for boost in mining and other sectors

Sensorem caters mostly to government, construction, utility companies and research and development agencies. (Photo courtesy of Aerodyne)

KUALA LUMPUR -- Malaysia-based drone startup Aerodyne Group has signed an agreement to acquire a principal stake in Australia-based drone surveyor Sensorem.

This investment is expected to boost Sensorem, Aerodyne and clients spanning the Australian minerals, energy, industrial and agricultural sectors, Aerodyne said in a statement on Monday.

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