We are excited to be part of DIU’s Blue sUAS program, and continue to strengthen our position as America’s leading drone provider in Defense and the Public Sector.
Drones have become valuable situational awareness tools for first responders completing search and rescue, hostile situation de-escalation, and a host of other missions. However, manually piloted drones still require heavy training and impose a high cognitive load on first responders that should be otherwise focused on the mission at hand.
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To avert cyber threats and ensure supply chain security, the US Department of Defense recently selected five companies, including Skydio, as Blue sUAS customers. On January 21, 2021, Skydio CEO, Adam Bry, joined FLIR’s Randall Warnas on the Unmanned Leadership Forum alongside executives from the five selected Blue sUAS companies for a discussion of the forces that guide the federal drone market.
The world’s leading utilities are increasingly turning to drones to assist with inspection of critical infrastructure. From power generation, to transmission, to distribution, the use of drones helps inspectors stay on the ground in safety, only performing risky high-altitude work when absolutely necessary.
Autonomous drones developed by Skydio provide officers even more value through AI pilot assistance that unlocks a simple and safe flight experience.
Skydio 3D Scan is a first-of-its-kind adaptive scanning software that automates the data capture process for generating 3D models and maps.
Hear from a NYPD veteran how Skydio's autonomy matters for first responders.