Sky Drone Is Now an Official Member of the Dronecode Project (Linux Foundation)
Sky Drone has recently joined the Dronecode Project that’s run by the Linux Foundation . Among many other reputable companies as well as the leading members 3DR, Intel, NXP and Yuneec, Sky Drone is now contributing to the Dronecode Project its expertise in long range BVLOS technology.
The Dronecode project is all about lifting drone technology to the next level:
THE DRONECODE PROJECT DELIVERS A COLLABORATIVE AND SHARED OPEN SOURCE PLATFORM FOR UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLES (UAVS) A neutral place where industry and community developers can contribute technology in order to reduce costs and time to market
Source: Dronecode Project .
For a long time, Sky Drone has been building unique technology to connect drones remotely. This includes an HD video link with up to 4k cinema-style resolution as well as command & control. We at Sky Drone love open source and its community and we are looking forward to contribute our expertise to great endeavors in the drone space all across the planet.
Sky Drone products already provide such connectivity to drones that are built upon open source technology like Pixhawk PX4 and APM. Our standard productSky Drone FPV is an out-of-the-box solution to connect your existing drone using cellular network and remotely fly it without the need of visual line of sight. At the same time, it can provide telemetry information to you, which may also be passed on air safety authorities for their monitoring purposes.
原文 : Hacker News