Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (otherwise known as drones) are the primary component of our drone solution, and they come in a wide range of sizes and capabilities. The type of UAV used will depend on the specific needs of the deployment, such as the payload capacity, range, and flight time required.
Our drones are usually controlled remotely using a handheld controller or a computer program. These systems allow our expert operator to control the drone’s movements, as well as any sensors or payloads that are onboard.
Our drones are equipped with a variety of sensors and cameras that can be used to gather data or capture images. These sensors and cameras can include high-resolution cameras, thermal imaging cameras, lidar sensors, and more.
Our drone solutions often generate large amounts of data, which needs to be processed and stored in a way that is accessible and easy to analyze. This may involve the use of cloud-based storage and data processing systems, as well as specialized software for analyzing and visualizing the data.
Drones often rely on a variety of communication systems to transmit data and control signals. These systems can include radio frequency (RF) systems, satellite communication systems, and cellular networks.