Robinson takes center stage in Climb Higher video series

Promoted by Robinson Helicopter Company | May 18, 2024

Accessible, reliable workhorse takes on diverse missions from Australia to Sao Paulo

Robinson Helicopter Company (RHC), a leading manufacturer of civil helicopters, has launched a new video series titled “Climb Higher”. This series takes viewers on a global journey, showcasing the versatility and critical role Robinson helicopters play in a wide range of demanding missions.

The latest episode spotlights Riverina Helicopters, an Australian agricultural company at the heart of the country’s Food Bowl. Bryce Nietvelt, owner of Riverina Helicopters, and his team leverage Robinson’s unmatched versatility, durability and ease of operation for a variety of tasks, including:

  • Precision crop spraying: Robinson helicopters ensure efficient and timely application of crop treatments, minimising waste.
  • Livestock management: Their manoeuvrability makes them ideal for mustering sheep and cattle herds, improving operational efficiency.
  • Meticulous crop pollination: Robinson helicopters contribute to increased crop yields through precise aerial pollination.

“When it comes to hard work, nothing gets the job done like a Robinson,” said Nietvelt of Riverina Helicopters. “The durability, reliability, and affordability make Robinson helicopters the perfect fit for local farmers, families, and agriculture work. When it comes to farm-to-table in Australia, there is often a Robinson helicopter involved.”

A previous episode explored the role of Robinson helicopters in pilot training at Quantum Helicopters in Arizona. The Robinson R22 is widely recognised for providing a reliable and accessible platform for new pilots to develop their critical flying skills.

The series further broadens its scope by showcasing Robinson helicopters used for news reporting in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Their manoeuvrability and cost-effectiveness make them well-suited for navigating congested urban environments and capturing aerial news footage.

“Robinson helicopters are like multitools; they are tough, rugged, and built for hard work. It’s incredible to see how our operators are utilizing our aircraft to grow and harvest the food we eat every day,” said David Smith, president and CEO of Robinson Helicopter.

“We look forward to empowering more small businesses, operators, and families to accomplish unique and difficult missions like those featured throughout our series from Arizona, Brazil, and Australia.”

Robinson plans to release additional videos, further demonstrating the diverse applications of their helicopters worldwide. The “Climb Higher” series can be viewed on Robinson’s website and social media channels.

For more information and to watch the entire series, visit the Robinson Helicopter website and social media channels on YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, or LinkedIn.

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