Airbus Defense and Space Integrates Mobilicom’s SkyHopper Solution into Its UAS Platform

Mobilicom Ltd., a global mission-critical-communications solution provider, announces that world-leading aerospace pioneer Airbus has integrated Mobilicom’s SkyHopper PRO solution into its Innovation drone
platform. The platform is used to broaden Airbus’ vision and demonstrate its mission operation solutions in the commercial and homeland security drone space.

 

Mobilicom’s SkyHopper is a holistic solution for commercial and industrial drones and robotics. The SkyHopper PRO is a communication solution for control, telemetry and video or payload sharing to and from the drone platform to the ground control systems and users. Airbus is using the SkyHopper PRO Datalink with its mission-specific software and accessories.

 

SkyHopper PRO offers a bi-directional Data Link specifically designed for commercial and industrial drones, and provides an ideal solution for fleet management and autonomous UAV systems. By employing leading wireless
technologies, the SkyHopper PRO delivers long range and Non-Line of Sight (N-LOS) communication that supports multiple transmission modes. SkyHopper PRO supports Point-to-Point and Point-to-Multipoint communication, thereby enabling various modes of operation such as communication for multi-drone operations and drone communication to multiple ground units and viewers (receivers).

Mobilicom’s CEO, Oren Elkayam, stated: “We are honored that Airbus, one of the world’s leading aeronautical corporations, has chosen Mobilicom’s SkyHopper solution, and see this as a testimony to the quality of Mobilicom’s
high-end technology and capabilities. Due to its high performance to price ratio, the SkyHopper PRO is a great fit for Airbus”.

 

Mobilicom will present the SkyHopper family of products, including the SkyHopper PRO, at the UAV show in Bordeaux, Booth B09.

 

For more information visit www.skyhopper.biz

 

 

 

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