PowerVision Launches its True Unmanned Aerial Solution for Autonomous, Remote Operations from a Docked Station

PowerVision Launches its True Unmanned Aerial Solution for Autonomous, Remote Operations from a Docked Station

The PowerVision True Unmanned Aerial Solution is the world's most compact autonomous drone system, weighing only 34.8lbs (15.8kg) and with a tiny 570400250 mm form factor.

FREMONT, CA: PowerVision Tech, a leader in AI robots, officially launched its whole new industrial drone system — PowerVision True Unmanned Aerial Solution, successfully giving the promise of drones for remote, autonomous data collection missions. The PowerVision Dock, PowerEgg X 8K drone, and the PowerVision Cloud web-based software platform are all fully integrated throughout the system. PowerVision's True Unmanned Aerial Solution has overcome numerous limitations of historical drone deployments, such as range limitations, complex operations, and expensive costs. Data collection drones may now be deployed at scale as data acquisition infrastructure instead of instruments to be used on individual missions.

This system has a wide range of applications, including powerline inspections, environmental compliance, O&G asset inspections, GIS, facility security, surveying, and mapping.

The PowerVision True Unmanned Aerial Solution is the world's most compact autonomous drone system, weighing only 34.8lbs (15.8kg) and with a tiny 570400250 mm form factor. Because of its compact form, the entire solution may be quickly deployed by a single person without the use of any extra tools or equipment.

The PowerVision True Unmanned Aerial System, which is powered by artificial intelligence, automates the drone's takeoff, dynamic mission, flight, and return to the charging port.

A single solution placed may cover an area with a radius of 3.1 miles (5km). To cover large-scale infrastructure projects or assets, many units can be connected and put in a given area. This is crucial in enabling drones to be deployed affordably for data collection across broad areas and maintaining infrastructure assets such as powerlines, pipelines, and other assets.

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