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Rattanindia Enterprise’s Drone Subsidiary Receives Aero Domain Approval

Rattanindia Enterprise has announced that its subsidiary Throttle Aerospace Systems (TAS) has received approval to migrate its website to Aero Domain.

Created in 2002 and operated by SITA, “aero” is the first top-level domain based on a single industrial theme. The domain is reserved for companies, organizations, government agencies and any association reserved in the fields related to aerospace.

TAS has launched a new website on this aero domain, this website is now live and offers a range of features. www.throttle.aero creates a valuable opportunity for customers to experience a drone in a way they have never seen before in the enterprise drone industry.

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