Investor Relations

Meet our investors

To date, Unifly has raised 37 million euros. Founded in Belgium in 2015 by a team of air traffic experts and engineers, today Unifly has a team of 40+ people across 3 locations: HQ in Antwerp (Belgium), New York (USA) and Bucharest (Romania).


Meet our investors, they are an important part of the Unifly team.

VITO - Clean Vision Invest aims to have a society where sustainability is the norm. They are working on global projects to promote the transition to sustainability. They create innovative technological solutions and actively share their knowledge with businesses and government bodies.

Qbic is a seed and early-stage and sector agnostic inter-university fund investing in spin-offs and young innovating companies that have a technology link with Qbic’s partner universities and research institutions.

PMV (Participatie Maatschappij Vlaanderen) provides funding for promising companies. Working with and for the government and other partners, PMV implements projects that are important for prosperity and wellbeing in Flanders.

Terra Drone is one of the biggest drone service providers in the world offering cutting-edge solutions for aerial survey, drone-based infrastructure inspection, drone data processing and analysis, etc.

DFS (Deutsche Flugsicherung GmbH) is the German air navigation service provider with the highest traffic volume in Europe. The investment of DFS in Unifly is a quality mark towards the rest of the market.

FPIM (Federale Participatie- en Investeringsmaatschappij) is an investment company that assists in the establishment and roll-out of ambitious companies with significant growth potential. It thereby promotes the development or consolidation of an ecosystem that is favourable for economic development, innovation and the creation of networks.

JOIN (Japan Overseas Infrastructure Investment Corporation for Transport & Urban Development) is a new form of infrastructure investment fund that supports Japanese companies engaging in overseas infrastructure projects through the utilization of Japanese knowledge, technology and experience acquired over the long history of their business.