ALUX expands its 'new drone business' in earnest... leaps forward as a super-gap technology company

ALUX expands its 'new drone business' in earnest... leaps forward as a super-gap technology company


ALUX expands its drone business... Expectations for commercialization of drones at home and abroad are on the rise, accelerating the synergy of existing capabilities, establishing a new drone division, reorganizing drone talent training infrastructure, establishing a drone manufacturing value chain, etc.

Completed maintenance to dominate the market, taking a leading position in the domestic market, signaling the ‘Green light’ for global drone exports... Increased sales of 50,000 units in Korea and 30,000 units in the US



사진설명[Image] ALUX DRONE IMAGE


ALUX (CEO Lee Chi-heon, Lee Da-in), an edutech company specializing in robots, is expanding its presence as a technology company in the domestic and international industrial markets in all directions through a new drone business and reorganization.


ALUX, which has secured both growth potential and profitability based on its unrivaled robot and coding education capabilities, has the ambition to rapidly increase domestic and overseas performance through new drone businesses and leap forward as a super-gap technology company.


The background to ALUX's ability to strengthen its drone business was largely due to the high demand for drone commercialization and market changes both domestically and globally. The government and private companies have selected the UAM (Urban Air Mobility) field as a future growth engine, and overseas, global companies such as Amazon and Google have announced their entry into the drone delivery business, raising expectations for the commercialization of drones more than ever.


ALUX, which has been carrying out the drone business in stages since 2022, achieved KRW 2 billion in sales in the drone sector last year, and this year has expanded its business not only domestically but also into overseas markets in earnest, achieving visible results of approximately KRW 10 billion, more than 5 times the previous year. It is solidifying its position as the number one domestic ultra-small drone production and development company. ALUX is also the only company in Korea that has established a mass production system for domestic and overseas drones and is producing more than 50,000 multicopter finished products annually using only its own hardware and software technology.


In particular, ALUX is speeding up its business targeting the US market, where demand for drones is growing in line with the rapidly changing international situation. The ALUX robot is currently being sold on Amazon, the world's largest e-commerce company, and is on track with sales of more than 30,000 units. In addition, it is leaving a significant mark on the U.S. drone market, with locally custom-developed drones being adopted and used in many educational institutions and competitions in the U.S.


In the future, ALUX plans to dominate the market through its competitive drone technology and talent. First, to advance drone technology further, ALUX is actively recruiting talent by establishing a new drone division led by Director Ji Sang-ki, the country's top-regarded drone expert.


In addition, based on a solid education network, ALUX is focusing on establishing a one-stop education infrastructure maintenance system for nurturing drone talent. We have completed a one-stop education infrastructure, from training professional instructors to training sites to develop and distribute the drones needed for education.





Furthermore, the plan is to expand the drone infrastructure business using efficient production lines by establishing infrastructure so the entire value chain of drone manufacturing, from drone technology development to production, distribution, and after-sales service, can be covered domestically. In addition, ALUX will establish itself as a standard in the domestic drone industry and lead the commercialization of drones. The company recently added a new drone-related category to 'G-PRC,' a global robot coding competition hosted by ALUX, and a space for safe flight was created through a project to build a drone battle stadium in collaboration with local governments while developing games. All in all, ALUX seeks to contribute to the spread of a healthy sports culture.


ALUX CEO Lee Chi-heon said, “We plan to give new wings to the drone business and solidify our position as a professional technology company by utilizing the nation’s highest-level educational robot-based network that ALUX already has."

"We expect to see positive business synergies through expansion and will do our best to achieve KRW 50 billion within the year," he added.


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ALUX

CEO Chi-heon Lee, Da-in Lee 


Business License Number  587-81-00224
Business Establishment 

1602-ho, C-dong, Seed Cube Changdong, 61, Madeul-ro 13-gil, Dobong-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea
Service Inquiry  alux@aluxonline.com
Business Partnership Inquiry  02-3665-8956 · Fax 02-3665-8957 

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ALUX

CEO Chi-heon Lee, Da-in Lee


Business License Number  

587-81-00224
Business Establishment  

1602-ho, C-dong, Seed Cube Changdong, 61, Madeul-ro 13-gil, Dobong-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea
Service Inquiry

alux@aluxonline.com
Business Partnership Inquiry 

02-3665-8956

Fax 02-3665-8957 


Copyright ALUX, Inc. All Rights Reserved