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Sky-Futures awarded 3-year global contract to inspect Eni facilities


London, 14 February, 2017

Sky-Futures, a global leader in innovation with drone-based technology, has been awarded a 3-year contract to inspect Eni facilities globally.

Eni, one of the largest operators worldwide in the Energy Sector, operates in 66 countries. This global contract is the first of its kind between a drone-based technology business and an international oil and gas company and represents a significant shift in the oil and gas market.

James Harrison, CEO and co-founder of Sky-Futures said: “By partnering with Eni we can further enhance the benefits on offer by analyzing and forecasting operational issues before they happen.”

Sky-Futures offers leading edge drone data capture, inspection analysis and visualization technology enabling clients to operate more safely, efficiently and cost effectively. By analyzing data and delivering standardized and quality-assured reports in Sky-Futures' Expanse software, it is possible for stakeholders to access the latest information on their assets immediately, securely and from anywhere in the world through the cloud.



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