WHAT WE DO

Through combining the technologies of our portfolio companies we enable use cases that would not be possible otherwise. If you need a fully integrated solution working out-of-the box, do reach out to us. Below are a few different use cases we enable today. For confidentiality reasons we can't disclose the customers of these till there's an official press release by the customer following the 6 month validation period.

SAMPLE CASE STUDY #1

CUSTOMER REQUIREMENTS

Deliver a 5kg package in a town to an address located 20km away from the shipping facility, pick-up a package from another location, which is 3km away from the first delivery address and return the package to the shipping center.

WITHOUT AASF (CURRENT STATUS)

*Not feasible*

● Delivery of heavy objects (5kg) at 20km requires a drone not suitable to operate in city environment.

● Package drop-off is not feasible with that weight – as it will (1) heavily damage package (2) represent a huge safety risk for people and infrastructure at destination.

● Combination of drop-off and pick-up in the same flight IMPOSSIBLE due to flight time and battery limitations.

WITH AASF

● Pick-up and destination locations have precision lading pad from UAVLAS installed, allowing to safely and accurately land to a desired location and with automated pick-up/in-take mailboxes from DDSMB.

● Install several in-air recharging stations from GET CORP to allow extending infinitely the range of compact electric powered multi-copters from UAVOS.

● Multi-copter with 5kg package and 20km max range leaves the shipping center. On the way to first destination it recharges autonomously at one of the GET CORP stations, then continues to the first destination, where it lands precisely guided by UAVLAS onto the DDSMB mailbox, delivers the package, and flies to the second destination, where it safely lands on the DDSMB mailbox, picks up the second package, and heads to shipping base. On its way back it recharges again at the GET CORP recharge station and safely arrives at the shipping center and releases the package it picked-up.

SAMPLE CASE STUDY #2

CUSTOMER REQUIREMENTS

● 24/7 Monitoring of a territory 20km x 20km with day-time and night time capabilities.

● Perimeter monitoring for security.

● installed equipment monitoring for proper functioning.

WITHOUT AASF (CURRENT STATUS)

High cost and highly Manual (requires constant manual involvement of one or more operators and support engineers):

● OPTION 1: Requires installation of multiple manually serviced “launch bases” along the perimeter for manual or semi-automated recharging with lots of simple electric multi-copters and several operators on site.

● OPTION 2: Use four (+2 backup) very expensive high-end gasoline powered UAV that would be able to cover the entire perimeter without recharging and two shifts of operators to ensure constant refueling.

WITH AASF

Remote monitoring operator, on-demand support engineer for emergency cases only: 

● Option 1: installation of one wireless recharge station from GET CORP, four precision landing pads from UAVLAS, use of four (+2 back-up) medium cost electric helicopters from UAVOS with max range of 120km. Fully autonomous process with remote operator alerts and either one on-site technician with basic electronics skills or one off-site technician available ondemand in case of emergency. use BITCENTER technologies for smart real-time video processing to detect threats or technical issues with installations.

● Option 2 (not recommended): installation of multiple wireless recharge stations from GET CORP, multiple precision landing pads from UAVLAS, use of cheap multi-copters covering pieces of territory each. Statistically will require significantly more technical interventions.

SAMPLE CASE STUDY #3

CUSTOMER REQUIREMENTS

● 24/7 Monitoring and inspection of a 100km oil pipeline.

● Detection of security breaches and any potential pipeline issues (section damage, overheating, oil leakage).

WITHOUT AASF (CURRENT STATUS)

High cost and low degree of automation, constant manual refueling of two expensive gas based UAV:

● Multi-shift personnel on-site to refuel UAV after each “round”.

● Requirement of four (to avoid faster wearing out due to excessive usage) expensive gas UAVs + 2 for back-up purposes.

WITH AASF

Remote monitoring operator, on-demand support engineer for emergency cases only:

● Installation of two wireless recharge stations from GET CORP on both ends of the target segment.

● Four precision landing pads from UAVLAS, one per active UAV, use of four (+2 back-up) medium cost electric helicopters from UAVOS  with max range of 120km. use BITCENTER solutions for real-time video processing and alerts to the remote operator. Fully autonomous process with remote operator alerts and either one on-site technician with basic electronics skills or one off-site technician available on-demand in case of emergency.

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