Soar Robotics on the Rise: Passed $200,000 mark, board design finalized, leads turn into clients
The last couple of weeks have been extremely prolific for us. We have been working hard to close new deals from security and construction companies, while fully committing to our Republic campaign.
We have demonstrated Soar FA for two of our clients from security and construction industries this week. We plan to deploy our fully autonomous systems before the end of this year for both of our clients.
Above is a scene from our client demo (the blue spot is Soar FA Lite)
Thanks to our brilliant team, we were also able to finalize the layout designs for our Cloud-connected Intelligence (CCRI) board version 2. Our new boards will sustain a much healthier and higher bandwidth connection with the cloud and with other aerial vehicles directly, even in remote areas and places with high electromagnetic interference. Another upgrade to our previous board design is the ability to control the power of and communicate with any peripheral device on the aerial vehicle. We will be sharing the full specs and our production schedule in the following weeks.
Above is a sneak peek from our CCRI board's design process
In a few weeks, we will start collecting pre-order subscriptions from developers for our CCRI board. They will be able to utilize our CCRI board in their projects and help us turn our protocols into industry standards. We believe that this new developer kit will open up a massive market for us in terms of fully utilizing drones in industrial applications. Stay tuned for more on our development and business updates!