How You Can Securely Share Live Drone Video Feed with Team and Clients

How You Can Securely Share Live Drone Video Feed with Team and Clients

FlytNow Guest Link Sharing offers the capability to share live drone video feed and telemetry with teammates and clients.Scroll down for the step-by-step tutorial. Remote Private Access to Drone Fleet, Live Video Feed & Telemetry Enterprises worldwide are scaling their drone operations, as cost-effective drones become available off-the-shelf, and cloud-based SaaS solutions drive intelligent automation. One of the key drivers of drone fleet adoption is the ability for a variety of stakeholders to participate in drone missions. For example, an inspection of a wind turbine may involve on-site visual observers, remote subject-matter experts, safety managers from regional offices, R&D teams from corporate offices, technology partners — and even UAV regulators who seek insights into such missions before granting waivers for unmanned flights. Live, remote drone operations thus require not only low-latency, high-quality video feeds, but also the ability to seamlessly share such video streams across people, geographies, devices and networks. In fact, enterprise drone programs tend to involve a variety of drone hardware — including off-the-shelf drones like DJI Mavic 2 Pro, Mavic 2 Enterprise, Matrice 210/210RTK, M600 Pro, etc., for day-to-day operations and custom drones built using DJI A3, Pixhawk or Cube based autopilots with high-end sensors for rare but critical use-cases. User-level Access to Drone Missions Given that privacy and security remain amongst the top concerns in the global drone ecosystem, enterprises have to carefully manage access to drone telemetry, live video streams, navigation, and payloads. With multiple, remote participants in each mission, fine-grained access — based on the roles

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Adasi unveil Garmousha helicopter at Umex 2020

Adasi unveil Garmousha helicopter at Umex 2020

Adasi, the regional leader in autonomous systems and services, on Sunday launched the first UAE-made high-performance “Garmousha” vertical take-off and landing drone, in an agreement with the General Headquarters of the UAE Armed Forces. His Highness Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Presidential Affairs, unveiled the new unmanned system […] Adasi, the regional leader in autonomous systems and services, on Sunday launched the first UAE-made high-performance “Garmousha” vertical take-off and landing drone, in an agreement with the General Headquarters of the UAE Armed Forces. His Highness Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Presidential Affairs, unveiled the new unmanned system Read More

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“Big Drone” Shows off Flying Ability

Built to promote its Drone Champions drone racing video game, this drone is shown flying being controlled on the ground by a controller in the video below.  This is a full-sized drone, called the “big drone” is build with a carbon fiber airframe with 6 arms, each with a pair of coaxial rotors mounted at […] The post “Big Drone” Shows off Flying Ability appeared first on DRONELIFE. Built to promote its Drone Champions drone racing video game, this drone is shown flying being controlled on the ground by a controller in the video below.  This is a full-sized drone, called the “big drone” is build with a carbon fiber airframe with 6 arms, each with a pair of coaxial rotors mounted at The post “Big Drone” Shows off Flying Ability appeared first on DRONELIFE. Read More

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“The Window of Opportunity is Narrowing”: Drones And Other UAV’s Are Being Used to Fight Coronavirus in China

The country of China is deploying drones and unmanned robots to disinfect hospitals and public space,  enforce quarantine restrictions and deliver medicines in their efforts to stem the tide of this growing epidemic, as the world braces for what is edging toward a global pandemic  there is some lessons to be learned from China as […] The post “The Window of Opportunity is Narrowing”: Drones And Other UAV’s Are Being Used to Fight Coronavirus in China appeared first on DRONELIFE. The country of China is deploying drones and unmanned robots to disinfect hospitals and public space,  enforce quarantine restrictions and deliver medicines in their efforts to stem the tide of this growing epidemic, as the world braces for what is edging toward a global pandemic  there is some lessons to be learned from China as The post “The Window of Opportunity is Narrowing”: Drones And Other UAV’s Are Being Used to Fight Coronavirus in China appeared first on DRONELIFE. Read More

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Google drone spinoff Wing comes out against FAA remote ID proposal

Google drone spinoff Wing comes out against FAA remote ID proposal

A lot of people don’t like the Federal Aviation Administration’s proposal for Remote ID. DJI doesn’t like it. The AMA doesn’t like it. More than 10,000 other vocal members of the general public don’t like it. And now Wing, the drone spinoff of X, the company formerly known as Google, doesn’t like it. Wing put out a post on blogging site Medium saying that it supports the ASTM International standard for Remote ID. That’s not the FAA remote ID proposal — and Wing’s post made it clear why they support one and not the other. “While Wing agrees with the objectives of the FAA’s NPRM, the proposed rule poses some challenges as drafted. The ASTM standard can help to address some of these challenges, and Wing looks forward to providing detailed public comments to the FAA as part of the rulemaking process,” Wing’s post stated. ASTM International is an international standards organization that develops and publishes technical standards for a wide range of materials, including drones. And ASTM International has developed standards related to Remote ID. In fact, Wing successfully demonstrated how Remote ID for drones can work using ASTM’s Standards in a demonstration done by Wing, Verizon-owned Skyward, GE-owned AiRXOS, Uber and CNN. A delivery drone from Wing, the drone delivery spinoff of the company formerly known as Google. There are a number of reasons why people don’t like the FAA Remote ID proposal, but one of the biggest ones is the fact that pilots would have to fly

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