Jul 25, 2023
MSU campus new home of drone tech company

Aerial Vantage, a drone tech company, has relocated its corporate headquarters from Washington D.C. to the Midwest.

The company’s new headquarters are located at the Michigan State University (MSU) Technology Innovation Center in East Lansing, Michigan. This move represents a significant milestone for Aerial Vantage as it aligns with the company’s growth strategy and enhances its presence in the dynamic business ecosystem of East Lansing.

MSU Michigan State University Technology Innovation Center The MSU Technology Innovation Center was selected as the new corporate headquarters due to its state-of-the-art facilities, collaborative environment, and proximity to MSU.

“This strategic move positions Aerial Vantage to leverage the technological expertise and innovative research conducted at MSU, fostering synergistic partnerships and driving continuous advancement in aerial imaging and geospatial solutions,” Aerial Vantage officials said in a news release.

Aerial Vantage is an agtech developer of artificial intelligence, machine learning and computer vision software.

“We are thrilled to establish our new corporate headquarters at the MSU Technology Innovation Center,” Michael Dalley, Aerial Advantage’s CEO, said in the release. “This move not only reflects our strategic growth plans but also reinforces our commitment to collaboration and innovation. East Lansing’s vibrant ecosystem and proximity to MSU will provide Aerial Vantage with unparalleled opportunities to develop cutting-edge solutions and drive transformative change in our industry.”

Aerial AdvantageThe relocation of Aerial Vantage’s corporate headquarters represents a significant step forward for the company. By leveraging the partnerships between academia and industry, Aerial Vantage plans to pioneer advancements in artificial intelligence, machine learning, and computer vision software solutions serving the entire agricultural supply chain, according to the release.

Aerial Vantage develops artificial intelligence, machine learning and computer vision software as a service.

The MSU Technology Innovation Center is at 325 East Grand River, Suite 324A, in East Lansing, MI, 48823.


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