Boston is the largest distributor of drones for both commercial and private use in the Nordics. Drones from both DJI and Parrot are essential parts of our product assortment, which also consists of a large selection of international Consumer Electronics brands and products in the categories: Gaming, Headsets, Robot Vacuum Cleaners/Sticks, Massage Guns, Cameras, Power Stations and Gimbals.
As a distributor of Consumer Electronics we collaborate with partners and resellers throughout the Nordic region. And with our logistic expertise, products are delivered day by day during weekdays.
Commercially, together with our partners, we offer complete Drone Solutions to authorities, municipalities and companies large and small. In addition to the drones themselves, it encompasses accessories/payloads and software, configuration and service of the drones. And holisticly to provide a complete Drone Solution it also entails professional advice and guidance as to ensure the right Drone Solution, one that meets all requirements and solves the task.
As a company, we are a value-adding partner who are experts within our domain. We contribute with both vast industry knowledge and experience, but also an impressive local market knowledge and network. In short, Boston has both the products, the experience, the network and the expertise.
"A pilot project from Sweden suggests that there may be potential in using drones to transport defibrillators to patients with cardiac arrest. This ensures that first aiders have the right equipment to perform lifesaving first aid until the ambulance arrives. In the Swedish pilot project, the drone - and thus the defibrillator - was on average arriving almost 2 minutes before the ambulance. "
Boston has provided the drones for the project in collaboration with Swedron and EverDrone.
A DJI Matrice 300 RTK is used for the inspection of the concrete on the Øresund Bridge connecting Denmark and Sweden. Normally climbers would inspect every square metre of the concrete on the bridge. The drone takes high-res pictures and gives a digital status of the condition of the concrete, and thus also the opportunity to follow the progress over time. The drone is fast, accurate and efficient while being able to do the inspection safely and throughly from the ground.
Boston has provided the drones for the project in collaboration with WeFly
In connection with the landslide disaster in Gjerdum, Norway at the end of December 2020, helicopters were used in the search for survivors, but also drones with thermal cameras in their search for survivors. Drones have also continuously documented the development, and created an overview of the extent of the landslide." Our experience is that the earlier we can send direct pictures to the emergency manager, the earlier everyone gets a situastional understanding. When you're leading an operation, it's important that you can see what's actually happening and not what you're hearing is happening," said Kenny Åserud, drone pilot with the fire department in Norway