Soar Robotics Hard at Work: Graduated from Y Combinator Startup School, preliminary work for new clients and more
Our campaign progress is going exceptionally well. We passed the $250k mark, and we are on our way to $300k. One of the significant milestones of this week is that we graduated from Y Combinator Startup School 2019. It has been a great experience in terms of our teams' continuing education and becoming better entrepreneurs. We met with lots of exciting people and formed valuable connections.
We believe that the future of drones is in connectivity and the cloud. Our drones connect to the cloud either through 4G or through their ground base. The ground base provides a connection to the internet through a cabled connection. One of our core focus is to integrate the coming 5G modules on our Cloud-connected Robotics Intelligence Board. The primary function of the board is to connect any aerial vehicle to the cloud or other aerial vehicles. Using 4G made it possible for us to set up a robust network of intelligent autonomous agents, and 5G will be a game-changer. We were featured in a blog post on the future of 5G and drones. Soar Robotics was mentioned throughout the article, and some use cases were discussed. It is a great read.
Above is one of our cloud-connected drones completing its given mission
We have started our preliminary flights for our new client sites. We collect the initial data to create a realistic copy of the job site. By doing so, we can simulate all kinds of different flight paths, vehicles, and functionalities to exactly match our clients’ needs.
Above is one of the 3D models of a client site that our platform automatically creates throughout the flight.
We greatly value the contributions and feedback from our community. So, please do not hesitate to contact us with suggestions or ideas. We would also be glad if you can share our campaign with your network, and let them learn about Soar Robotics.