Addressing the problem of real-world data capture in dark, dirty and dangerous environments is a challenging task. Many industries are struggling to harness the data they need to make better decisions.
In this video, Jason Derenick, Chief Technology Officer at Exyn, discusses how they help companies and government organizations explore complex and dangerous places with multi-platform autonomy. Their autonomous robotic solutions run on ExynAI, the software intelligence behind pilotless, GPS-denied aerial data capture that utilizes our Puck LITE lidar sensors.
Jason explains how ExynAI enables safe exploration of large, complex environments, flying beyond-line-of-sight without GPS or a pilot. It powers flying at up to 2 meters per second, which supports capturing more data in a single flight. Jason reviews ways autonomous flight can advance applications in mining, government and construction. Watch Jason’s video to learn how Exyn’s full-stack solution enables flexible deployment of single or multi-robots that can intelligently navigate and dynamically adapt to complex environments in real time. The video can be accessed here: