Percepto, a global provider of autonomous industrial drone solutions, announced the appointment of Amit Musli to the role of vice president of sales.
Amit Musli will build on the success Percepto has achieved in the past 12 months, during which time the company has grown its customer base across four continents and 10 countries, providing aerial insights for organizations in mining, oil and gas, solar and thermoelectric power industries. The company has also established a solid foundation expansion in 2020, having helped many customers obtain waivers to fly its drones Beyond Visual Line of Sight (BVLoS) in the U.S., Mexico, Singapore, Portugal, Israel and Italy.
Musli is responsible for managing Percepto’s expanding global sales team. He brings to Percepto a wealth of experience value selling to large enterprises in the aerospace, defense and cyber industries. He joins the company from Kramer Electronics Ltd, where as a key member of the senior management team he led its corporate sales operations policy and implementation, establishing and managing global sales teams of more than 100 people and generating hundreds of millions of dollars in sales.
“Percepto is a cutting edge company at the frontier of an industry that is predicted to be worth $100 billion in just five years,” Musli said. “The impact autonomous drone technology is already having on the operations, safety, security and regulatory compliance of industrial organizations cannot be overstated, and it makes this new role at Percepto an immensely exciting opportunity.”
CEO of Percepto, Dor Abuhasira, said, “Amit has the expertise and also shares our excitement about Percepto's global potential. He will lead our expanding sales operations to introduce new organizations, industries and territories, to our DIB solution, as well as supporting existing customers to grow with us, and take advantage of new product and service innovations which we are constantly developing.”
Learn more about how Percepto and other drone companies are entering the security industry in SDM's November cover story, The Security Industry Is Ripe for Disruption & Drones Might Be What Does It.