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The future of drone operations with live video interaction

eyesons is driving the future of drone operations with live video interaction

Unmanned aerial vehicles are being crucial for the future of urban air mobility and logistics. It is already evident that drones are developing at a rapid pace worldwide boosting operations in various fields. There is a growing number of organisations exploring, discovering and implementing drone technology. Given their agility in accessing and moving in limited, hazardous and hardly reachable space, unmanned aerial vehicles are enabling a number of complex use cases. What is more, a diverse range of cameras and sensors can be incorporated to enhance remote operations regardless of where the operators are located.

One main area of deployment where drones are already used is disaster mitigation and relief. Drones can reach places humans cannot access, so they are an ideal solution for dangerous search and rescue missions, as well as for delivering emergency supplies to remote locations and disaster areas. Drones are also being employed in logistics and inspection of transportation infrastructures or high voltage networks. Companies can benefit significantly from incorporating drone data and custom applications that connect with existing tools.

Speaking of possible applications in day-to-day procedures, companies and organisations are discovering more and more fields where drones are a valuable addition, for example: logistics & transportation, retail, healthcare, agriculture, city planning etc.

The importance of fostering this innovative industry lies in creating jobs and growth and enabling advanced use cases. There is enormous potential for this revolutionary and disruptive technology, however, there are potential risks to be identified and mitigated. In this rapidly evolving field, it is crucial to have strategies in place that are continually monitored and updated in accordance with the evolving risk environment.

Since the start of the pandemic, almost all industries have witnessed a notable shift towards digitization. New perspectives for the future of work are being explored to help companies create safer, faster, and more efficient workflows. Innovators like eyeson have taken a first stance in showing how workflows can be boosted with drone data and custom applications that connect with existing tools.

eyeson has developed an API-based toolset to build integrated cross-platform workflows that feature live video, media and data in one single video interface towards the user. Based on a patented technology, customers can quickly integrate drones into workflows. Using the API to add various sources of remote cameras and sensors in existing tools can serve a multitude of operations in diverse fields. What is more, a diverse range of cameras and sensors can be incorporated to enhance remote operations regardless of where the operators are located.

The vision of integrating live video into any platform and workflow, embedding any drone camera in the video stream is as innovative as it is challenging. Future Drone Operations need live interactions to ensure smooth procedures and mission’s success.

eyesons contribution to innovating drone operations.

Drone media streams can be accessed by various people in different places to bring the drone video & audio to the essential people. Drones can be operated normally, but when it comes to critical occurrences, the media can be shown and discussed at that exact moment. There is no need to wait for the video to be downloaded and submitted and there is no software installation required. Just send a guest link to the people who are important at this very moment. 

Drone technology is also being employed for aerial surveys, imaging, mapping and facilitating decision support activities. Digital workflows enhanced with drone video and data help shorten the timeline needed to gather data during emergencies or from areas that are otherwise inaccessible. The added value becomes evident when within a single platform, it is possible to quickly identify damages or hazards giving first responders instantaneous context and facilitating transparent collaboration. The real-time views of the location with centralised operation and integrations improve response times and situational awareness.

Everything is processed in the cloud to unburden clients’ system, reducing bandwidth and CPU usage. Moreover, the synchronised view that the single interface technology guarantees is important for situational assessment since all participants see exactly the same video at all times. 


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