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Smart Software, Hard Working Hardware, Drones that Dominate

By Eric Van Rees - 7th April 2021 - 08:33

As the UAV industry expands, drones are fast becoming an integral part of multiple unrelated industries, leading to legislations evolving to cater for more complex and developed drone uses.

Players in the field are suddenly seeing the need to provide safer and more efficient technologies, making safety and efficiency the elements that are fast becoming THE most important factors in UAV flights.

With this in mind, two major players in the UAS industry are partnering up to give global airspace users the opportunity of a lifetime. High Lander and Sky-Drones Technologies are leaders in flight management, control, and communication systems, but together they have a brand-new ceiling to break. Who are these guys?

High Lander are a drone control software platform. Never has it been so easy to control every single drone fleet operation within one easy-to-use dashboard. From a state-of-the-art Operations Centre to a revolutionary Live Link, missions can be planned, saved, and repeated. Controlled, altered, and edited in-flight. Viewed, hidden, published. Endless possibilities can be achieved with High Lander’s intuitive drone control software solutions; pair that with Sky-Drones’ hardware and the sky really is the limit.

Sky-Drones build highly sophisticated hardware for enterprise drone operations, including flight control, ground control, and communication systems. Sky-Drones’ hardware range features a complete combination of autopilot, artificial intelligence, and done connectivity. Having met the needs of the delivery, agriculture, surveillance and security, and inspection sectors for almost 10 years, Sky-Drones produces the most efficient and highly sought-after hardware available in the UAS industry.

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