THE Intel announced physical (hardware) and virtual (software) upgrades to its commercial drone ecosystem. Among the news is the system Intel Mission Control, which is used to plan gadget flights and handle mission data.
Official Website: Intel Falcon 8+
As a result, the company expects companies to be able to improve workflow efficiency and increase drone automation. Companies may use the Mission Control next to drones Intel Falcon 8+ to create 2D and 3D flight plans for data surveying, mapping or inspection.
Along with the news, Intel is bringing in 3 new kits (or payloads, payloads), which are designed to deliver timed and geo-tagged images, as well as lifelike colors for easy mapping service.
The upgrades still provide the world's first UL3030 certification, which protects batteries, chargers and drones themselves from electric shock and fire.
Finally, Intel also brought as a novelty the Insight Platform, which allows companies to store and share in the cloud the data that drones collect. At this time, it will only be available to strategic customers.
"We are pleased to announce a host of new Intel drone technologies at Xponential. Now companies can come to a vendor, a name they know and trust, for their hardware and software needs by providing them with more tools to capture information. critiques of your assets, process and analyze them, and make informed decisions for your business. "– Anil Nanduri, Intel General Drone Manager
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