Dear AirMap customers, partners, and friends,

COVID-19’s effect on the economy has forced numerous companies, including ours, into a new reality. The aviation world has seen an unprecedented decline in air travel and will need to make difficult choices in order to navigate an uncertain future.

This environment has made one thing clear: drones can fill a critical need during and after this crisis by delivering medical supplies, conducting relief work, and keeping global infrastructure running by completing mission critical inspections and surveys remotely.

AirMap is responding to this new reality by making the difficult choice to reduce staff and cut non-core initiatives. AirMap will continue providing solutions that make it easier and safer for enterprises to fly drones and enhance their day-to-day operations. We are focused on serving drone operations that fill critical needs and will continue to build out UTM services to enable more advanced drone missions.

Saying goodbye to team members is difficult, and especially so during this uncertain time. I’m thankful to everyone who’s brought their talents and passions to AirMap over the years and grateful that we can provide supportive resources during this transition.

Supporting customers is at the heart of AirMap’s mission and we will meet our commitments to customers, partners, and stakeholders throughout the world.

I remain confident that the drone industry will play a key role as we emerge stronger from this period of uncertainty. AirMap is committed to supporting the drone ecosystem our world needs. Please do not hesitate to get in touch with any questions you may have.

Sincerely,

David Hose
CEO