U.S. Connecticut-based company, Aquiline Drones, is set to initiate a new Drone-on-Demand (DOD) mobile app to match-make drone operators with clients, reports dronelife.com.
Aquiline founder and CEO, Barry Alexander, commented, “Many individuals, businesses, law enforcement agencies, public works departments, and the military are missing out on the invaluable data collection capabilities of drones because they lack the resources for an in-house drone operation.”
He continued, “Akin to Uber and Lyft, individuals and businesses can now enjoy the luxury and convenience of ordering both private and commercial drone services right from their fingertips. A modern-day convenience everyone should have.”
The app is accessible through all mobile devices, including smartphones and tablets. Users can order various drone services. They include: aerial photography/videography, utility inspections (power lines, wind turbines, bridges, tunnels and railroad tracks), outdoor events, real estate video, safety patrol/search-and-rescue missions, precision farmingand tracking wildlife.
Alexander explained, “Beyond simple viewing and camera capabilities, the drones manufactured and deployed by Aquiline Drones are managed and supported by the world’s first aviation-inspired drone cloud that gathers, analyses, models and stores data and video.”
Alexander went on to say that DOD addresses all the difficulties that novices may face of controlling the drone, potential damage costs and even writs if crashed, as well as privacy suits if invaded, as the system uses AI to remove such risks.
A company press release states, “We envision a world in which humans and drones live and operate harmoniously, using real-time control, autonomy and analytics to reduce costs, create new business value and save lives.”
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(News Source: https://dronelife.com)