EagleEye was founded in 2014 by a team of three entrepreneurs in the software industry – and all are licensed pilots. They set out to develop an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) with a “brain” on board that could make decisions based on real-time inputs from sensors and cameras, and that does not need a pilot to constantly oversee the mission.
After three years of development, testing, sensor integration, and trials led by CTO Geoffrey Mormal, the EagleEye on-board expert system was perfected, officials say. The system enables EagleEye and its clients to define behavioral rules based on sensor inputs, as well as providing a NATO-certified secured communications and operational multi-cast solution to various problems.
What distinguishes EagleEye’s UAVs is the ability to take business and service to a new level, by leveraging software to carry out missions with risk and precision requirements that are beyond a human pilot’s capability and at a cost that is surprising compared to traditional solutions and to other UAV solutions.
EagleEye has have offices outside Brussels, in Wavre, and in New York City. It works with clients worldwide, and can provide services ranging from complete hardware and software solutions to specific client missions, training, and regulatory support to provision of our smart hardware and software to UAV manufacturers that want to offer “powered by EagleEye” second generation UAVs to their clients.
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