Valmie Resources Inc announced recently their three new drone racing products through their wholly owned subsidiary, Veritek. Veritek was established to provide unmanned vehicle software, hardware, and cloud services for a wide range of commercial applications around the globe. Their mission is to become one of the world’s leading suppliers of unmanned vehicles and related tech equipment and services. This launch is part of their plan to enhance their Engineering and Services Department.
The Veritek Racing Division specializes in fabricating and selling racing frames for competitive drone racers. Their original product was the Model LDE 180, a light and durable frame.
“Vertitek’s initial product, the LDE 180, showed brisk sales and has already proven to be popular among some of the fastest drone racing pilots in the country,” said Sean Foster, President of Vertitek. “In our home state of Louisiana, you would be hard pressed to find a racer who is not using one of our frames and excitement is building for our three new products.”
The three new products in their line up are the LDX, the LDE 199, and the LDE 130. The LDX is a hybrid frame that seamlessly allows the pilot to swap between racing and freestyle, a natural choice for individuals who wish to do both. The LDE 199 is the new go-to racing frame for the Veritek Racing Team, an approximately 20mm larger than the original LDE 180 without sacrificing durability or gaining weight. The LDE 130 is a much smaller frame that they claim is capable of keeping up with larger frames due to being able to used with the same components as those larger models.
Veritek’s Racing Division with product information can be found here.
The original article with more information about their release can be found here.