FlytBase, an enterprise drone autonomy platform company, is pleased to announce the launch of ‘Road to Drone Autonomy’ webinar series. The three-part series will feature leading Drone Solution Providers
(DSPs) from three different regions of the European continent.
During this virtual event, these DSPs will highlight their experiences and journey to adopting autonomous drone operations for a variety of use-cases, including asset inspections, security & mining operations. The three live-sessions will be conducted on the 15th, 21st, and 28th of July.
The ‘why’ behind the event
The Drones-as-a-Service (DaaS) model has emerged as one of the largest market segments within the drone industry, connecting hardware engineers, automation software developers, and enterprises looking to adopt drones. Drone Solution Providers combine best-in-class hardware, software, analytics, local regulatory guidelines, and best practices for businesses seeking such solutions.
However, Drone Solution Providers (DSPs) all over the world face a number of challenges in carrying out repeatable UAV missions for data collection, including:
● Frequent trips to remote and dangerous locations
● Dependence on pilot’s availability to collect data
● Expensive and time consuming pilot training
● Operate in dull, dangerous and dirty environments
● Conduct 24×7 operations
As a result of these, autonomy has progressed from a nice-to-have feature to an essential requirement for scaling and performing round the clock operations. One of the main goals of autonomy is to maximize resource utilization. Autonomous drones improve the quality and efficiency of visual data collection, paving the way for new commercial operations and applications that are scalable.
What you’ll learn
A key enabler for the deployment of autonomous drone operations are Drone-in-a-Box (DiaB) systems. The last couple of years have seen significant progress in the development of the modular, compact and reliable DiaB systems that are compatible with standard, off-the-shelf drones and available at a fraction of the cost of traditional DiaB systems. These new-age DiaB systems are significantly increasing the accessibility of this technology, subsequently widening its market and user base across the globe.
This series of webinars will provide attendees with an inside look at the experiences of three early-adopter DSPs who have deployed such low-cost, modular Drone-in-a-Box (DiaB) solutions for a wide range of applications. The downloadable & shareable graphic below provides a quick preview of the sessions, guest speakers, and date and timing of the live event.
To register for the webinars, visit: https://lu.ma/drone-autonomy