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Electric drones designed for maritime and security operations with FPV instincts and autonomous characteristics.
Flight controller used for high-performance calculations of flight characteristics used to control the speed of the motors.
Electric motors on a quadcopter (4 motors) adjusts for the speed according to the controller.
Communications from drone to pilot for Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) can use WiFi, GPS, radio, and MESH networks.
Range or distance a drone can travel depends largely on size, weight, and battery power along with flight performance.
Battery is one of the most critical components of drones where power for lift and speed for racing is needed.
Precise tracking. Tracking is accurate beyond GPS using RTK technology.
Map your flight plan to include auto-avoidance calculation.
Map your route from point A to B. Remotely pilot your drone.
Breakdown of components such as drone, controller, motors, communications, software, and battery.
We work with a variety of vendors.
Parrot SA is a French wireless products manufacturer company based in Paris, France. Specializes in technologies involving voice recognition and signal processing for embedded products and remotely controlled flying machines (also known as drones).
ZAF Energy Systems (“ZAF”) was formed with the mission to develop revolutionary, high performance batteries that are safe, environmentally responsible, sustainable and economical.
Voracity is a joint collaboration between the private and public sector focusing on disruptive technologies (AI, visual odometry, batteries, flight controllers, sensors, communications) to address the rescue and security drone segments. Our vision is to develop tactical drones with unique capabilities designed for special environments (e.g., low light, first person view, ISR).
There are many variations of drones for different purposes (e.g., Freestyle), such as first-person-view (FPV) for racing. These drones are designed to go fast (e.g., greater than 60 mph or 96.6 kph) and with the pilot wearing goggles. These goggles (e.g., analog or digital) are made to view the front of the drone through a camera (e.g., daylight, starlight). The camera information (i.e., OSD) and the drone information (e.g., battery usage, voltage) is then transmitted as a video stream (HD) back to the pilot. Flight club helps you sort through these various types of drones and helps train you through simulators (e.g., daylight, starlight).