E Soar Robotics' Cloud-Connected Robotic Intelligence Platform For Drones

Q: Is there anything else you want to share with our audience?

A: We believe that the feasibility and commercialization of autonomous aerial operations mainly depend on solving the problem of aerial vehicle connectivity. For drones to be able to operate Beyond Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS), they need seamless coverage, real-time high throughput data transmission, command and control, identification, and regulation. Although there have been some successful attempts to leverage current mobile networks as a communications method, these networks have many shortcomings. They are far from becoming the go-to solution for aerial vehicles. We have been developing a connectivity hardware and software stack that builds on top of 5G specifications. We expect that these networking capabilities will enable seamless, safe, and intelligent operations for any autonomous aerial vehicle. We are rolling the alpha and beta releases of the hardware in the coming months to test our products with a more extensive user base under various usage conditions and start forming these ad-hoc networks to serve many industries.

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Alexis Renault 2 months ago Member's comment

Good luck on your crowdfunding campaign! Sounds pretty cool.

Angry Old Lady 2 months ago Member's comment

I remember reading about another startup drone company here on TalkMarkets:

talkmarkets.com/.../taking-flight-with-up-sonder

Maybe you and Derek Waleko should team up or do some business together.

Alpha Stockman 2 months ago Member's comment

Sounds like an impressive company. Keep up the good work Kerem Ozkan.