The Current Agenda lists out the highlights and achievements of NACT Engineering every quarter. If you’re curious to learn more about what we’re up to, keep on reading!
We are now an approved vendor for ST Engineering (Aerospace)
We’ve recently been appointed by ST Engineering (Aerospace) as an approved vendor. This marks a small, but important milestone in our partnership. ST Aero was one of our very first customers who believed in our tethered drone system and partnered closely with our Chief Executive Officer, Ng Aik Thong, in many bespoke and design-in projects.
This approval smooths over many administrative workstreams and allows us to go-to-market with ST Aero much faster for the benefit of customers. There is no doubt that our partnership will grow from strength-to-strength in the years to come.
Clinching the tender issued by Ministry of Transport
The Transport Safety and Investigation Bureau (TSIB) recently awarded to NACT Engineering the tender for providing a drone solution that could take aerial photographs with a 1Kg class drone within an aerodome.
NACT Engineering provided a cost-competitive solution using our Leviathan tethered system. It comes with an autowinching system that allows TSIB drone pilots to fly with no worry about the tether being tangled and makes full deployment and recovery quick in less than 5 minutes. We are thrilled to deliver this solution to the TSIB to aid them in their inspections of aircraft accidents.
We are proud to grow our customer portfolio and include the Ministry of Transport.
For more inquiries about Leviathan, email at email@example.com.
Our team is growing!
NACT Engineering recently welcomed a few new members to the team to aid with the production of our tethered solutions. NACT Engineering has also recently moved into our new compounds at the JTC Launchpad, at 71 Ayer Rajah road with other start-ups. In this hub of innovation, we hope to continually grow and expand the team and channel of revenue. Stay tuned for more updates in the next quarter of The Current Agenda!