With the FlytBase IoB platform drone agnostic software solutions for Remote Drone Operations, and Heisha DNEST drone in-a-box hardware for autonomous taking-off, landing, and charging, the fully automated drone is ready-to-go.
In order to get this first-of-its-kind approval from the FAA, American Robotics went through a rigorous, four-year testing program. The tests focused on demonstrating the safety of the company’s Scout drone.
As a fully autonomous drone solution that contains flight route plan, data collection, picture/ video capture, precise self-landing, and self-charging, all-in-one. DNEST has gathered impressive attention in the security field as it can be patrolled in the air anytime and anywhere.
HEISHA DNEST drone in-a-box station is highly spoken of by MarketWatch and PR Newswire, small size as the core bullet point, this upgraded drone charging station contains a DJI Mavic Zoom drone, which is ready-to-fly.