Fully Autonomous Operation
Remote Manual Operation
Continuous AI Learning
Compatible with Existing Infrastructure
Acts as Mesh Communication Network
Redundancies to Maximize Data Logging
A/C or Solar Powered
Monitor Crop Health
Monitor Crop Height
Pest & Weed Detection
Compatible with Existing Command Centers
Customizable Command Centers
Virtual Remote Command Control (Access via Internet)
Upgradable Storage Capacity Onsite or in the Cloud
Standard File Extensions for Easy Data Visualization
Monitoring sensor output signals over a period of time can offer insights into predictive maintenance planning, avoiding catastrophic failures, downtime and costs. equipment failure.
Sensors help monitor raw materials inventory, increasing operational efficiencies.
Sensors detection of physical tampering in small, high security enclosures.
Sensors can check for soil humidity, pests and diseases in crops.
Farm animals can be tracked and monitored.
Sensors detect sudden changes in temperature caused by fires.
Sensors monitor vibrations for indications of structural abnormalities.
Waste Level Monitoring
Knowing exact waste receptacle levels creates efficiencies in pickup operations.
Only using lights when there is an active presence saves in energy costs.
Sensors detect breaches in perimeters and door/window openings, alerting security personnel.
Sensors can monitor emissions and radiation levels, protecting lives.
Sensors can monitor the quality of water in any location.
Sensors can detect flood, earthquake, landslide and avalanche conditions.
Sensors throughout the production cycle gives management the ability to identify bottlenecks and find the root cause of problems.
Power Control & Lighting
Sensors can be used to detect the presence or non-presence of electrical current which can then be used to control backup power systems and emergency lighting.
Sensors can track the state of health of employees and monitor risky activities that could lead to injuries.
Monitoring noise levels helps protect health and well-being.
Whether lost or stolen, sensors allow for the tracking of equipment.
Velocity (speed of motion) sensors may be linear or angular, indicating how fast an object moves along a straight line or how fast it rotates. Acceleration sensors measure change in velocity. Tilt sensors measure tilt on various axes. They are useful in measuring the stability/tilt of platforms, open/close doors, pole lean detection, etc.
Accelerometer, TLT, G-Force Snapshot, G-Force Max & AVG, Gyroscopes, Tilt Sensors
Ideal for Flatter Terrain
Large Area Coverage
Possible 24/7 Operation
Low Energy Consumption
Fully Autonomous Operation
Relatively Mobile for Use in Multiple Locations
Ideal for Varied Elevations
Extreme Weather Resistant
Capable of Larger Payloads
Ideal for One-Off / Emergency Use
High Mobility / Fast Deployment
12+ Hour Flight Times
Quick Take-Off and Landing
Ideal for Precise Measurements
Landslides/Water Levels, Pressure Flow, Etc.
Redundant Power Systems to Mitigate Data Outages
Remote Software Upgrades
Ideal with Elevated Infrastructure