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High Quality Education with Drones for Everyone

Creating a Disaster-Resistant City with Hoverbikes

World Heritage

Heritage Research
with Hoverbikes

Prevent Global Warming with Robots



Hover Bike

Coming soon... 


A robot that cleans the surface of a solar panel with a soft nylon rotating brush and sprinkler watering. The cleaning speed is eight times that of human power work. Water consumption is one-eighth of the human power work. 1MW mega solar will be cleaned in two days. We aim to ensure access to modern energy that is cheap, reliable and sustainable for all people.


A small drone developed for the SkyFight X  race. The motor of the reinforced model is installed as standard though it is lightweight. At the same time as pursuing the possibilities of entertainment, we will spread the word about how to handle drones correctly and know them. 

​About US

Company Name


Established : October 25,2019

Address : 120 Wall Street #25floor 

                  New York

Business : Description Research, Development, 
and Sales of UAS and related solutions Consulting 
on UAS technology business


Team Member

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Ryohei Uetaki

CEO / Individual Investor

Former Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Media and Governance,

Keio University Former Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Drone Pilots Association

UK Premier League Soccer Team Japan School Owner

November 2019 Appointed CEO of WORLD SCAN PROJECT, Inc.

Patent invention 5 cases


Yasumasa Ichikawa

CTO / Art Director / Drone Pilot

Studied CG / VFX at Kyoto Saga University of Arts. His CG work "Destroyer" was nominated and awarded. After that, he worked as a freelance CG artist.  He produced a video of projection mapping for an aquarium called NIFREL and a visual installation work at Osaka Conrad Hotel. Ichikawa was also involved in concept movie production at a Saudi movie company and participated in the Egyptian Pyramid Archaeological Survey team from 2016. 

In 2017, he appeared on the Japanese TV show “Discovery of the World's Mysteries” and succeeded in the world's first 3D data measurement of The Great Pyramid of Giza.  He partially co-produced Pyramid images in the National Geographic. He then formed a World Scan Project team and set the goal to create digital archives of heritages around the world. Engaged in exploration in Egypt, he successfully created 3D images of the Abu Simbel Temple and other pyramids. 

In cooperation with JICA, he created 3D archives of the Amazonas area. 

He is currently working on digital archiving of Egyptian sites and underwater archeology while creating CG images. 

October 25, 2019, Ichikawa became CTO of WORLD SCAN PROJECT, Inc.