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Atlas Nest Charging Station

Atlas Dynamics, a developer of drone-based options for skilled customers, is introducing two merchandise this week at InterDrone 2017: the brand new Atlas NEST good protecting charging station and their latest UAV, the Atlas Blue-J.

The Atlas NEST

The Atlas NEST is a touchdown, protecting charging station that permits for BVLOS operation, prolonged flight vary and fixed drone readiness in distant places. When the Atlas Pro requires new batteries to increase its flight time for missions in distant places, it will possibly autonomously land in a NEST charging station the place a robotic arm modifications the drone’s batteries, permitting the Atlas Pro to proceed flying to mission completion.

“NEST is not simply a docking station. It is a strategic component of our company’s vision for fully autonomous drone missions,” defined Guy Cherni, CMO of Atlas Dynamics. “The ultimate goal of NEST, combined with our autonomous mission OS, is to make a highly sophisticated technology an accessible tool for professionals in every industry. Of course, the automation NEST provides is a key factor in achieving this accessibility.”

The Atlas NEST could be stationary or motorized capabilities as a part of the whole drone platform answer the corporate is delivering to the skilled market. Designed to allow fixed drone readiness and quick time to focus on, Atlas will show how NEST will improve the efficiency capabilities of the just lately launched Atlas Pro drone platform at InterDrone in Las Vegas, September 6-Eight from Booth 800.

The Atlas Blue-J

Atlas Dynamics Blue-J 2

Atlas Dynamics Blue-J 2

In a launch the corporate states that the Blue-J encompasses a three.5-meter wing span, 4 to 6 hours of flight time and a 150-kilometer operational vary. It is particularly designed for large-scale safety and inspection missions. The mounted wing UAV could be operated in autonomous and semi-autonomous modes, together with takeoff and touchdown. Made of carbon fiber, the Atlas Blue-J is light-weight (11kg) and can carry as much as a nine-kilogram payload.

“The efficiency of our drones speaks directly to our company’s DNA: technological excellence and a passion to simplify complex aerospace technologies for mass adoption,” stated Ivan Tolchinsky, CEO of Atlas Dynamics. “While we specialize in drones, we are, at our core, an aerospace company. We plan to continue to develop and bring to market our cutting-edge products, such as the Atlas Blue-J, to develop these advanced technologies into accessible every day tools for professionals around the world.”

Atlas’ mounted wing UAV is designed with a deal with future homeland safety wants. It is appropriate for top velocity, excessive altitude missions, with lengthy goal length capabilities and a low radar footprint. Atlas will current the Atlas Blue-J, alongside the just lately introduced Atlas Pro drone platform and the NEST good docking station at InterDrone in Las Vegas, September 6-Eight from Booth 800.

Frank Schroth is editor in chief of DroneLife, the authoritative supply for information and evaluation on the drone trade: it’s individuals, merchandise, developments, and occasions.
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