Atlas Dynamics unveils new autonomous solutions
Atlas Dynamics has launched new solutions to support unmanned aerial military, security and first responder operations.
An advanced docking station, the AtlasNEST, has been developed to provide autonomous take-off, landing and battery swapping for UAS. Designed for use with the company’s AtlasPRO UAV—a platform with 50 minutes of endurance and a communication range of 10km with HD streaming - the solution provides a wide array of
deployment capabilities for constant readiness and preplanned missions.The company has also launched the AtlasMESH multi-UAV communication system. The technology can control multiple UAVs from one ground control station. It allows video streaming from one UAV to numerous ground control stations or smartphones, and can use the AtlasPro UAV as a physical relay.
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