Droneblog.com Reported HeiSha C200 How to Addressing Drone Auto Charging Issues
The unmanned technology for drones has paved the way for significant advancements in the fields of surveillance, emergency response, and warehouse stocking, etc. The widespread use of unmanned technology and applications has come to a bottleneck, however, and the technology and its applications cannot fully meet the demands of the entire market, the main reasons being as follows:
The solution price is not affordable by most users. The price point is usually set at around a few thousand or even a hundred thousand, thus becoming the main factor that scares away the user. 
Most of the service providers develop their own system for their own drones. There are not many customized solutions and auto charging pads for DJI drones, the most popular drones for industrial applications. 
One company from Europe has developed a drone charging pad for various drone models, but the price is still not really affordable – the price of one model for the Mavic is about 4000 Euro.

HEISHA has developed its own system addressing the issue. 

Their new C200 drone charging pad has obvious technical characteristics of dependability and stability.
The reposition bars lock the drone in the center of the pad while the drone is being charged on the move, which is more stable than just using a plain wireless charging pad.
The C200 has integrated a control unit and a standard I/O port, offering the developer a broader scope of innovation.

C200 has a greater range of compatibility. Besides the Mavic Air, C200 can be customized to charge different VTOL multi-rotor drones, including DJI Mavic series, Phantom series, M series, and other open-source drones.

Temperature Control
The C200 has a smart temperature control unit inside, addressing overheating issues for charging.

C200 can be tailored for surveillance patrolling, warehouse stocking and forest inspection. This customization can be included in the solution package off the bat.

The C200 package price is quite affordable and competitive, which can dramatically lower the cost of building a full unmanned system, making the mass applications of autonomous drone more fully possible. For example, you only need one Mavic Air (USD599) and one Heisha C200 (USD999) to build your own unmanned drone system for auto inspection, auto charging, remote data collecting, and transmission.
The problem of lacking pilots and the high cost of unmanned drone systems will be solved for surveillance, warehouse stocking, and forest inspection. The era of the unmanned drone system is truly coming.