Whirlwind propeller shop owner and drone enthusiast Mike Sperling told TechCrunch that 2015 has been a busy year for drone manufacturers and hobbyists alike.
“We’re still at the very beginning of the next wave of technology,” he said.
“It’s a lot to learn and we’ve been learning and growing at a fast pace.”
Sperling said that he and his crew of eight are continuing to work on new drone products and plans to launch new services, including a crowdfunding campaign.
In addition, the company has expanded its services to offer drone repair services and a repair service for boats.
Sperlings plans to continue expanding its business to offer both residential and commercial drone rentals, and will also expand its drone repair offerings.
“We’re just trying to find ways to help people out and make our company better,” he explained.
“I’m very excited about what we’re seeing in the world of drones and I hope we continue to make things better and make a difference in people’s lives.”
Whirlwind propellor shop owner Mike S perling said the industry is “still in a very rough spot” and needs to continue to learn.
He said that the industry needs to embrace its unique attributes, especially as technology continues to advance.
“What we’re trying to do is not just create the next generation of propellers but we need to make sure we’re doing it in a way that’s safe and responsible.”
Sperings said that while drones are great for recreational purposes, they are also important for hobbyists and small businesses.
“As a hobbyist and business owner, we are always trying to create a positive experience for our customers,” he stated.
“If you’re a small business, if you’re doing something new, we want to make it safe and easy.”
Sperlings hopes that the drone market will continue to grow, even as drone use grows.
“The bigger the market, the better the opportunities to grow the business and the longer it will last,” he told TechBuzz.
“This is a great time to be in the market.
I think it’s going to be a lot of fun to see where the market takes us.”