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Drones Assisting with Humanitarian Aid Efforts

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In Malawi, drones are tested for services such as delivering emergency medical supplies. (Photo/Courtesy of Globhe)

When you hear the word drone, you might be thinking of the toy that a young family member got for Christmas, but these little remote-controlled flying robots are making an appearance in nearly every industry, increasing safety and making the job a little bit easier. Drones are also making a splash by aiding in humanitarian efforts around the globe. How can drones save lives?

Mapping Disaster Areas

Assessing the extent of a natural disaster is challenging at the best of times. How can you tell who needs help and where survivors might be waiting for assistance if roads are washed out or burned away? That’s where drones come in. Instead of relying on aircraft which might not be available, drones can map an entire disaster area within a few hours, locating survivors, supply caches and unobstructed roads for first responders to make their way in.

The usefulness of this application has already been showcased during the 2018 Camp Fire in Paradise, California. Using drones, volunteers were able to survey all of the major streets in the area in 60 minutes, saving first responders time by keeping them from exploring streets that were blocked by burned vehicles.

Delivering Much-Needed Supplies

Retail giants like Amazon have been trying to secure drones for last-mile deliveries for years, but they haven’t quite managed to create drones capable of dropping off Amazon packages yet. That hasn’t stopped humanitarian aid workers from using them to drop off much-needed supplies to the people that need them. Today’s drones can carry up to 5kg (11lbs) of supplies more than 160 km (99.4 miles). These devices can carry emergency blood supplies to a remote hospital, or move hundreds of vaccine doses to where they’re needed most. In Norway, they’ve even used them to carry portable defibrillators to save heart attack victims.

Drones can carry more than medical supplies. Gaza is a city of 2 million people, and only 10% of them have access to clean, safe drinking water. While a 5kg weight limit won’t let drones carry much water, it could carry lightweight water purification tablets or other tools, allowing residents to purify the unclean water that flows from their taps.

Transporting Samples

Disease outbreaks don’t always happen close to a hospital or lab. Traditionally, samples were taken back to the local lab by motorbike but this could delay diagnosis because of damaged roads, mechanical failure, or any of a dozen other reasons. Motorbike delivery is just slow in developing countries, no matter how you look at it. Drones could improve the speed of diagnosis by taking those samples and delivering them to the lab or hospital in a fraction of the time.

You don’t have to worry about washed out roads when you’re flying over the landscape. With some diseases like the ongoing Ebola outbreak in the Congo, speedy diagnosis can mean the difference between life and death.

The Future of Humanitarian Drone Efforts

Drone deliveries are the wave of the future, but not in the way you might think. Drones are already changing lives, even if they aren’t delivering your Amazon package. For people that live in hard to reach areas, drones can provide medical supplies, blood, vaccines, and other supplies that they might not be able to obtain otherwise. Even in the United States, we might start seeing drones delivering emergency medical supplies or even transporting transplant organs from one hospital to another because it’s quicker than waiting for a helicopter or climbing behind the wheel of a car.

Drones aren’t just toys anymore. In emergency situations, they’re quite literally saving lives. As technology advances and drones are able to carry more weight, their possible applications will become endless.

Author Bio:

Emily is a green tech writer who covers topics in renewable energy and sustainable design. You can read more of her work on her blog, Conservation Folks.

SimActive Used to Validate Accuracy of DJI Phantom 4 RTK

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Montreal, Canada, August 6th, 2019 – SimActive Inc., a world-leading developer of photogrammetry software, announces that Correlator3D™ is being used in Japan for mapping projects acquired by the DJI Phantom 4 RTK. A full-scale validation was done in the mountains near Hiroshima with a unit flown by SimActive Japanese partner Mirukuru and customer Ace-1.

“Considering that the data were acquired and processed directly in the field in a record time, the level of details that are visible and measurable in Correlator3D™ is stunning”, said Mr Shinji Inaba, Technical Manager at Mirukuru Co. Ltd., Japan. “We had independently set up five check points and the residuals are consistently in the 5cm-range, both horizontal and vertical.”

“The area was surveyed by two independent flights at different altitude to assess consistency using Correlator3D’s change detection module”, said Mr Francois Gervaix, Technical Advisor at SimActive. “The analysis was very simple to achieve, and 3D profiles showed no bias and very limited noise.”

About Mirukuru Co. Ltd

Mirukuru is a technical consultant, reseller and support provider for photogrammetry and LiDAR Mapping solutions based in Tokyo, Japan. With 20 years of experience, the Mirukuru team is committed to provide the highest product quality and support to its customers. For more information, visit www.mirukuru.co.jp.

About SimActive

SimActive is the developer of Correlator3D™ software, a patented end-to-end photogrammetry solution for the generation of high-quality geospatial data from satellite and aerial imagery, including UAVs. Correlator3D™ performs aerial triangulation (AT) and produces dense digital surface models (DSM), digital terrain models (DTM), point clouds, orthomosaics, 3D models and vectorized 3D features. Powered by GPU technology and multi-core CPUs, Correlator3D™ ensures matchless processing speed to support rapid production of large datasets. SimActive has been selling Correlator3D™ to leading mapping firms and government organizations around the world, offering cutting-edge photogrammetry software backed by exceptional customer support. For more information, visit www.simactive.com. 

Droneblog Readers Attend InterGeo Free of Charge

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The InterGeo Conference and Expo in Stuttgart Germany from 17-19 September is coming up just around the corner. It’s not too late to get your free entrance voucher. Just follow these easy steps:

1. Redeem the voucher code in the EXPO ticket shop under www.intergeo.de/tickets and secure yourself a free 3-day expo ticket worth 120.00 euros.

2. After successful registration, print out the ticket and thus receive free access to INTERGEO 2019 and its theme platforms.

Drone Rescue Systems GmbH is “Born Global Champion”

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The Foreign Trade Austria, Internationalization and Innovation Agency of the Austrian Economic Chamber named the parachute safety solution manufacturer Drone Rescue Systems “Born Global Champion” 2019. The award is presented every year to young Austrian companies with innovative products and success internationally.

The award highlights Drone Rescue Systems’ and the other winners early international orientation and thus their contribution to the Austrian export economy. “We are very pleased that our products and our global approach convinced the jury to select us out of 200 competitors as “Global Born Champion”, said Andreas Ploier, CEO and co-founder.

Part of the award is to further support Drone Rescue Systems in its internationalization through using the large network of 100 Austrian foreign trade centers, participation in various “go-international” programs as well as, for the first time, trade fair support for start-ups. 

About

Drone Rescue Systems GmbH, awarded by the European Space Agency (ESNC-2016), developed the fastest and most efficient parachute safety solution for drones available on the market right now. The parachute safety solution works autonomously and independently from the drone and ejects the parachute in a fraction of a second, enabling safe commercial and private drone usage even over crowed places.

The main goals of the Drone Rescue products are to reduce the risk of harming people on the ground and to bring down the expensive equipment safely when the drone malfunctions while in flight.

Echodyne and Iris Automation Ensure Safety for Pioneering Drone Flight Over Trans-Alaska Pipeline

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FOX, Alaska — August 2, 2019 — Echodyne, the manufacturer of innovative, high-performance radars for government and commercial markets, announced today that its EchoGuard airspace management radars were the ground-based sensor for the first-ever UAS mission to operate beyond-visual-line-of-sight (BVLOS) flight without ground observers. The ground-based sensors worked in coordination with Iris Automation’s onboard detect-and-avoid system. The demonstration of a nearly four-mile linear inspection mission along the Trans-Alaska pipeline was designed and conducted by The University of Alaska’s Unmanned Aircraft Systems Integration Pilot Program (UASIPP) and the Alyeska Pipeline Service Company and is a true first for the UAS industry. All other BVLOS missions required ground observers, which is too logistically complex and costly for business applications. 

“Alaska Fairbanks’ team has shown the future of UAS missions for industrial and commercial companies,” said Eben Frankenberg, Echodyne CEO. “There are many applications that require operation beyond the operator’s sight. This practical demonstration of detect-and-avoid technologies for a real-world inspection application helps aviation authorities define the sensors and tools necessary to ensure UAS safety for dozens of industries and applications.” 

Led by the University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF) team, the test deployment consisted of Echodyne radars along the pipeline path to provide airspace situational awareness and Iris Automation’s computer vision collision avoidance technology onboard Skyfront’s long-range hybrid multicopter drone. The test was operated by UAF on July 31 and was successful and safe. 

The U.S. Department of Transportation’s UASIPP is conducted in multiple locations across the US, and Echodyne’s sensor technology is a key part of these programs. The program encourages government authorities at all levels to cooperate with drone operators and sensor technology manufacturers to accelerate the safe adoption of drones into the nation’s airspace. The UAF team proposed several ways to pioneer safe drone use in Alaska — to deliver medical devices to remote areas, help searches and rescues, survey fish and wildlife, and monitor pipelines, roads and other infrastructure. 

Operating in coordination with ground-based systems, like Echodyne radar, the Casia system from Iris Automation directs the UAS to avoid airspace collisions and assures mission safety. “The mission parameters defined by UAF really push the industry to increase sensor technology’s effectiveness,” said Iris Automation CEO and Co-founder Alexander Harmsen. “Our Casia system performed well and demonstrated that leveraging onboard detect and avoid systems is critical to mission safety and produces the results businesses are seeking.” 

Echodyne’s airspace management radar, EchoGuard, combines cutting edge MESA technology and powerful software to create a true electronically scanning array (ESA) radar sensor with unprecedented performance for its ultra-low size, weight, power, and cost. Equally suited for fixed or temporary deployments, Echodyne radars detect, track, and classify objects of interest in the airspace and communicate this data to situational awareness systems to ensure safety for BVLOS missions. 

To learn more about how Echodyne radars are making a difference in many industries, visit echodyne.com.

About Echodyne 
Echodyne introduces the world’s first compact, software-defined, solid-state, true electronically scanned array (ESA) radar sensor. Ideally suited for machine perception in an autonomous age, Echodyne offers high-performance, commercially priced radars to governments, industries, and integrators engineering solutions for border security, critical infrastructure protection, autonomous vehicles, unmanned aircraft systems, and first responders. Privately held, the company is based in Kirkland, Washington, and is backed by Bill Gates, NEA, Madrona Venture Group, Vulcan Capital, and Lux Capital among others. For more information, please visit: Echodyne.com 

AirMap Partners with Tread Lightly! and U.S. Forest Service to Address Safe and Compliant Wilderness Drone Use

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Drones aren’t just for cities and suburbs. Drones are also powerful tools for wildlife research and conservation, especially in previously inaccessible habitats where nature and wildlife abound. Research has shown that drones are more effective than humans at gathering data related to assessing plant healthmonitoring animal populations, and even collecting whale snot.

Unfortunately, if not flown responsibly by authorized personnel, drones can be a disturbance to wildlife, causing acute or chronic stress to an animal’s health and wellbeing. For this reason, the United States Forest Service (USFS) prohibits the use of drones in designated Wilderness Areas and the safe use of drones in designated fly zones only.

AirMap has partnered with USFS and Tread Lightly!, the national nonprofit for the promotion of responsible recreation, to educate drone users about designated fly zones over public lands as part of Tread Lightly!’s “Respected Access is Open Access—Drones” campaign.

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Drone operators can use the AirMap for Drones application for iOSAndroid, and Web to find designated fly zones as well as areas where drone use is restricted. By being aware of these designated fly and no-fly zones, drone operators can stop the impact of drones to wildlife before they even start.

Beyond wildlife areas on land, you can also use the AirMap application to fly compliantly over sensitive ocean areas. Last year, AirMap partnered with Oceans Unmanned on behalf of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) as part of ECO-Drone, an education and outreach campaign to encourage Environmentally Conscious Operations of drones when flying near marine sanctuaries and other sensitive areas.

Log in to the AirMap app to view wilderness areas and plan your next responsible drone flight.

Read the full press release via Tread Lightly! here.

Geneinno Technology Appoints Drone Solutions in South East Asia

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Shenzhen & Singapore, July 29, 2019 Geneinno Technology and Drone Solutions announced today their formal cooperation and the appointment of Drone Solutions as Geneinno Technology’s Distributor for South East Asia. 

Drone Solutions, will market, sell and provide after-sales service for Geneinno’s innovative underwater products including the Poseidon Drone which features deep dive and WIFI control and is the fastest diving drone in the ocean; for professional HD shooting Titan Unmanned Undersea Vehicle is in a class by itself, with its integrated professional 4K camera and 1/2.5 inch CMOS image sensor, Titan helps to take high quality pictures and videos with 64G storage, recording the moment and sharing anytime; the Trident Underwater Scooter, powers you forward underwater, its two speed settings and positive buoyancy allows you to explore up to 164 feet underwater 

Mandy Ren, International Sales Manager of Geneinno Technology said, “we are most pleased to add Drone Solutions and its most professional staff to our international distributor network which will significantly improve local support and service activities”. 

Mr. Gianluca Salone the Executive Director of Drone Solutions said, “our ability to offer best in class Geneinno products to the professional market for infrastructure, fish farming and other inland and other underwater inspection activities fills the missing gap in our product offering”. 

About Geneinno Technology

Geneinno Technology is a Shenzhen based public company and a global provider and developer of optimal solutions for drone and control systems. The Company is committed to ongoing innovation that fosters underwater exploration, development, inspiring people from all walks of life to engage with the ocean, providing them with remarkable ways to explore underwater world. 

About Drone Solutions

Drone Solution Services Pte Ltd is a privately-held Singapore company engaged in researching, designing, developing, manufacturing, marketing, selling, licensing and patenting proprietary intellectual property rights related to Unmanned Systems Technology products. 

Drone Solutions is in constant pursuit of excellence through technological innovation and novelty enabling it to provide bespoke and advanced state-of-the-art unmanned aerial systems (“UAS”), unmanned underwater vehicles (“UUV”), unmanned surface vehicles (“USV”) and unmanned ground vehicles (“UGV”) solutions across a diverse range of segments. 

Introducing the senseFly eBee X with Agisoft Metashape for high-precision data acquisition and processing

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Cheseaux-sur-Lausanne, Switzerland, July 25, 2019 – senseFly, the global leader in fixed-wing drones, announces a new limited-time offer which combines the senseFly eBee X—and its highly precise suite of cameras— with intelligent photogrammetry software from Agisoft Metashape.

From today until September 30, 2019, customers who purchase an eBee X with one of the following sensors (senseFly S.O.D.A. 3D, senseFly Aeria X or MicaSense RedEdge-MX) will receive 1,000 (USD/CHF/EUR) off the price of the drone and a six-month Agisoft Metashape Professional license for free.*

Combined, this solution provides users with fully integrated and highly precise suite of cameras as well as powerful software that enables the generation of high-quality point clouds, orthomosaics and digital elevation models —all while reducing operation time and costs for end-users.

“senseFly is at the centre of the growing fixed-wing drone market, and we continue to lead the way by building technological and commercial partnerships with the most important players,” said senseFly CEO Gilles Labossière. “With this new offer, customers get access to our leading fixed-wing drone technology and Agisoft’s intelligent photogrammetry software in one convenient package.” 

“We’re very excited to be a part of this special offer,” said Dmitry Semyonov, Agisoft CEO. “Whether you need it for photogrammetric processing of digital images or to generate 3D spatial data, Agisoft Metashape is fast and flexible software designed to produce quality and accurate results.”

The senseFly eBee X and Agisoft bundle is an intelligent new way to map. Users will enjoy a seamless integration with senseFly’s popular eMotion flight-planning software and Agisoft Metashape, which provides exceptional flexibility and performance and allows them to take advantage of key Agisoft features, such as the ability to process 450 images (80ha at 2.5 cm/pixel RGB) in 1.5 hours, produce high-quality point clouds and quick DSM and orthomosaics.

The senseFly eBee X with Agisoft Metashape software is available for purchase now via senseFly distribution partners.

*Offer ends September 30, 2019, or while supplies last, whichever comes first.


About senseFly

At senseFly we believe in using technology to make work safer and more efficient. Our proven drone solutions simplify the collection and analysis of geospatial data, allowing professionals in surveying, agriculture, engineering and humanitarian aid to make better decisions, faster. Founded in 2009, senseFly is the commercial drone subsidiary of Parrot Group. For more information, go to www.sensefly.com.

About Agisoft

Founded in 2006 as an innovative research company with focus on computer vision technology, through years of intensive R&D work Agisoft LLC has gained expertise in image processing algorithms, with digital photogrammetry techniques setting the direction for development of applied tools. For more information, go to www.agisoft.com.

How Drones are a Powerful Force for Good … and They’re Even Helping to Preserve our History

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A new dawn is constantly breaking for drone use. Photo by Ricardo Gomez Angel on Unsplash.jpg

Guest Post by Flyby

Every time drones hit the headlines it seems to be for the wrong reasons … usually shutting major airports down.

But a drone expert says they are a powerful force for good with many positive uses that can benefit our society … and even our history.

Former RAF fighter pilot and instructor Jon Parker – who now runs UK drone training company Flyby Technology – said: “People often ask ‘so what are drones used for?’ and the answer is they do far more good than you may have ever imagined.”

Drones can be used to carry out exceptionally detailed surveys on buildings, saving a fortune in scaffolding and time.

Drones harness the very latest technology yet are used by the likes of the National Trust and Historic England to carry out detailed surveys of some of the UK’s oldest and most outstanding historic buildings.

Drones on Demand, for example, based in Huddersfield, Yorkshire, was commissioned by Ecclesiastical Insurance to take drone footage of historical landmarks and they have already done Blenheim Palace and Worcester Cathedral, getting into the nooks and crannies invisible to the naked eye and virtually impossible to reach for a manual inspection. This has included roofs, gutters and ornate features and the drone footage showed up loose slates and stonework along with missing pointing and places where water was gathering which could have caused serious damage if it wasn’t sorted out.

Jon said: “Drones don’t just carry cameras, they can also use laser scanners and highly specialist imaging units to capture precise measurements on buildings.”

The National Trust says images taken by drones are used on its website and publications to show breathtaking properties from angles visitors will have never seen before.

Laser-mapping of the properties by drones will lead to 3D models being created as a way of helping visitors to understand why they were built the way they are or, if they are in ruins, recreate what they once looked like.

The National Trust is also responsible for 1,000 square miles of countryside so drone footage will show up where bridges, walls, paths and fences need maintenance work.

Drones were deployed in the aftermath of severe flooding in Lincolnshire in June which left many homes under water and without power in Wainfleet near Skegness.

This led to a state of emergency being declared so the Lincolnshire Police Drone team took to the skies to help the Environment Agency get a full picture of the severe impact the flood was having on the area.

Jon said: “Drones and aircraft aren’t supposed to mix yet Air New Zealand is one of several airline companies now using drones to massively reduce the time it takes engineers to inspect an aircraft. They are doing an inspection job that used to take 6 hours for an engineer on a lift just one or two hours instead. It’s far more cost effective having highly trained engineers working on planes to maintain or repair them than spending ages checking them over. This also means any repairs can be started sooner and the aircraft is back in the air faster.”

Drones are increasingly used by the military, saving the need to put pilots, soldiers and sailors at risk.

Jon has listed a few of the other ways drones can be deployed in a positive way … and the list is constantly growing.

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Drones can be used to survey bridges and other structures that are very difficult to reach. Photo by Denys Nevozhai on Unsplash.jpg

They are used by the emergency services for search and rescue to go along river banks or up into rocky crags and cliff faces searching for missing people; by oil and gas companies to survey their rigs at sea; analyse major construction projects from the air; by estate agents to capture amazing images of high value property for sale and tiny drones can even film 360 degree walk-throughs inside; inspecting power lines and power pylons for bird’s nests, lightning strikes, rust/corrosion and damaged bolts; inspecting bridges and other high structures that are incredibly difficult to reach; the film industry is saving a fortune by using drones instead of helicopters for aerial shots; video and photos taken by drones operated by news organisations adds massively to the way stories are reported and far more cheaply and safely than hiring helicopters; security companies use drones for large, sprawling sites and they can stream live pictures if an alarm is triggered.

And if you know of other ways drones are being used positively then please email Jon at [email protected]

Advanced Precision Landing for Prosumer Drones for Enterprise Applications

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California, USA, July 26, 2019 — Professional users of prosumer-grade UAVs can now hover and land their drones precisely – for drone-in-a-box, autonomous charging, indoor operations, remote inspection missions and many other commercial use-cases.

Precision landing i.e. the ability to accurately land a drone on a landing platform has until now been available mainly for commercial-grade drones – particularly those running Ardupilot or PX4 autopilots. However, FlytBase now brings this powerful capability to prosumer grade drones (eg. the DJI Mavic and Phantom series, including all variants) that are SDK-enabled. 

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Fully autonomous precision landing is best delivered via a vision-based approach that leverages the inbuilt downward-looking camera and intelligent computer vision algorithms, while avoiding the need for external sensors, cameras and companion computers. The ability to configure and manage this capability over the cloud in real-time, customize the visual markers, and integrate with the ground control station makes it well suited for enterprise drone fleets. 

Furthermore, commercially beneficial drone missions need the ability to land the drone precisely on any target location of interest or importance – not just on the home location. In fact, regardless of the landing location, there also needs to be a closed loop that checks and ensures that the drone did indeed land precisely where intended.

Precision landing can be further complicated due to operations in environments with weak or no GPS signals (such as dense urban areas with tall buildings, warehouses, retail stores, etc.), or landing on moving platforms. FlytDock enables the UAV to accurately loiter and land in such scenarios, including night landings and low light drone operations.

For long range, long endurance, repeatable, BVLOS missions, customers need to deploy fully autonomous drone-in-a-box (DIAB) solutions, which require the drone to take-off, hover and land very accurately – along with  automatic charging, environmental protection and remote control. The challenge is that existing DIAB offerings are overpriced to the point where production deployments are commercially unviable. The good news for customers is that prosumer drones are rapidly maturing along the technology S-curve, and are available at extremely compelling price points –  thus driving enterprise DIAB solutions towards off-the-shelf drone hardware coupled with intelligent software that is built on an open architecture with APIs, plugins and SDKs. This combination – coupled with 3rd party charging pads and docking stations that use precision landing technology, and a cloud-based GCS – results in an integrated, cost-effective DIAB solution, at price points potentially one-tenth of the existing drone-in-a-box products.

Indoor drone operations may not need full DIAB solutions – instead, inductive or conductive, API-enabled charging pads may be sufficient. Nevertheless, they too require precision landing seamlessly integrated into the workflow to enable autonomous charging –  including the ability and robustness to navigate in no-GPS environments. Coupled with remote configuration & control over the cloud or a local network, and fail-safe triggers, such precision landing capability can drive large-scale indoor drone deployments.

Remote asset inspections, for example autonomous inspections of wind turbine farms located in far-off rural areas, may not require BVLOS permissions if granted regulatory waivers as part of FAA pilot programs. However, the ability to takeoff and land precisely from outdoor charging pads or docking stations is a key capability for such asset monitoring missions, which may need to be conducted weekly or monthly per regulatory / maintenance mandates.

Nitin Gupta, FlytBase Director, commented, “We continue to expand the hardware-agnostic capabilities of our enterprise drone automation platform with this latest enhancement to FlytDock. Precision landing is now available to a customer segment that has been severely under-served so far. In fact, most commercial drone missions do not need expensive, monolithic drones, and can instead be reliably executed with off-the-shelf, SDK-enabled drones. Hence, we believe it is important to make our intelligent plugins available to drone technology providers and system integrators who are building cost-effective UAV solutions for their customers. Prosumer-grade drone fleets can now be deployed in autonomous enterprise missions – with the ability to navigate and land reliably, repeatedly, accurately.”

To procure the FlytDock kit for your drone, visit https://flytbase.com/precision-landing/, or write to [email protected].

About FlytBase

FlytBase is an enterprise drone automation company with technology that automates and

scales drone applications. The software enables easy deployment of intelligent drone fleets,

seamlessly integrated with cloud-based business applications. FlytBase technology is compatible with all major drone and hardware platforms. With IoT architecture, enterprise-grade security and reliability, the platform suits a variety of commercial drone use-cases, powered by autonomy.

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