The cooperation of drones and artificial intelligence will create new possibilities for automated drone use in the future. What AI needs to contribute and what role it will play in U-Space will be explained here.
The housing and real estate company ITB from Dresden has been using drones for project development and building management since January this year. We spoke with René Bernhardt from ITB-Dresden GmbH about how drones have been integrated into everyday operations and what has changed since then.
Remote maintenance is a word that we have come across more and more often recently. We explain what this trend is about.
Thanks to high-resolution drone images and artificial intelligence in the evaluation, images can nowadays be evaluated fully automatically in a remarkably short time. Road or building damage of a few centimetres in size can thus be detected and evaluated by computer in a matter of seconds.
Together with HERE Technologies, FlyNex has mapped the German airspace in 3D for the first time. We explain why and how it all came about.
Deutsche Telekom shows how modern facility management works with a drone. With FlyNex as a partner and software service provider, secure and legally compliant flights have recently been offered to property owners, property managers, and facility service providers.
Drones are increasingly being used in agriculture. But at this time of year the demand for drone pilots is particularly high. Fawns are to be saved from mowing.
The police students liked the Map2Fly. No wonder, considering the possibilities offered by drones for use by public authorities and organizations with security tasks (German acronym: B. O. S.)
Together with ITB GmbH in Dresden, FlyNex performed a real estate survey in January. The ITB GmbH is a specialist for project development and building management. It is responsible for various real estate and properties in Dresden, which will be inspected with drones in the future.
Instead of using blue light through the traffic, over the roofs of the city: Medifly-Hamburg tested tissue transports between two hospitals in a metropolis for the first time.