The Airpelago team is heading home after an eventful week at AUVSI Xponential in Chicago. One benefit of a Cloud-based Ground Control Station like our Drone Mission Control is the ability to offer seamless and efficient integrations with other services. This show has been a great opportunity for us to establish contacts with many prospective service providers in areas such as infrastructure inspection automation, photogrammetry and machine vision. The takeaway is that there is a broad willingness to cooperate among both new and established companies, and a need for efficient Drone Fleet operation solutions. Looking forward to next year in Boston!
Help us explore and develop parts of our system! The pitches are in Swedish, but if that's not your native tongue and you're still desperate to help, don't hesitate to get in touch anyway.
- Visual tracking
- Integration of Autopilots
- Autopilot for Blimps
Airpelago was awarded funding from Vinnova, the Swedish Innovation Agency, as part of a call for innovative drones projects. The funding will sustain our development of Drone Mission Control, a cloud-based ground control station. The project is conducted in cooperation with Ericsson.