SkyGrid announces UAS management tech launches on Android OS

Aug. 21, 2023
SkyGrid is a joint venture between artificial intelligence technology company SparkCognition in Austin, Texas and The Boeing Company in Arlington, Virginia.

AUSTIN, Texas - SkyGrid, a joint venture between artificial software company SparkCognition in Austin, Texas and The Boeing Company in Arlington, Virginia, announced the release of its uncrewed aerial vehicle (UAV) operating system (OS), AerialOS, for the Android platform.

SkyGrid Drone Central is a solution that enables drone operators to explore airspace, automate mission planning, and execute flights. The free application continuously monitors and adapts to changing regulatory advisories, aircraft performance, and location information to safely enable a wide variety of drone operations.

SkyGrid Drone central allows for airspace awareness, weather intelligence, flight operations, and autonomous flight execution by providing insights into airspace classes, no-fly zones, roadway traffic, population density, and relevant advisories; real-time, hyper-local weather updates, including wind speed, temperature, visibility; automatically generate diverse missions; and connect drones and launch missions, performing predefined flight plans autonomously.

"Our goal with SkyGrid Drone Central is to provide a comprehensive solution that simplifies and enhances operations of smaller aircraft at low altitudes," said Fabrice Kunzi, Chief Operating Officer at SkyGrid. "Following the successful launch of our iOS application, we're excited to expand our reach to Android users, making advanced drone operations accessible to a broader audience."

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