Drone-related applications are flourishing, and so does our business. With just less than a month before the end of our Republic campaign, we are more active and eager than ever. We have been continuing to develop our technology, which enables us to serve various industries like solar energy, security, construction and agriculture. These services we provide are already contributing immensely to the formation of a vast market of commercial drones which is expected to reach $129.23B in size by 2025.
The services that we offer through our technology help solve some of the most difficult problems within many industries. Our fully autonomous industrial drones and ground bases continue to save huge amounts of time and money while augmenting the quality of work done. Although we have been able to surpass the limitations of existing solutions, this is only the beginning for us. We are on a journey to provide connectivity and robotic intelligence to create better, smarter, collaborative and safer autonomous agents.
One of the major problems that is hindering the progress of fully-automated, Beyond Visual Line of Sight Flights is connectivity. A robust communication link to any kind of flying robot is critical both in terms of command and control, and real-time data transmission. We have been meeting these main requirements through the utilization of current mobile telecommunications technologies. On the other hand, we have also experienced many situations where current state of the art had failed to satisfy the demanding nature of autonomous aerial robots.
We will be posting an article where the following topics will be discussed in detail:
How connectivity will enable autonomous aerial vehicles to become fully operational
Different requirements of various drone applications and data types regarding connectivity such as data rate, bandwidth, coverage and latency
Readiness level of current cellular network technologies to support fully autonomous operation of aerial vehicles
Shortcomings of current cellular network technologies and our novel approach to the problems in hand
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