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DroneHome latest entry into unmanned infrastructure

9th June 2017 - 12:40 GMT | by Damian Kemp in Dallas


A challenge currently faced by some commercial rotary UAS operators, particularly for longer range pipeline or powerline inspection or large area surveillance, is the need to return to the operator for battery changes.

US-based Asylon has presented its DroneHome solution to meet this challenge at a variety of exhibitions and technology shows recently, including at Xponential in Dallas. The system stories and replaces drone batteries in a ruggedized case.

The concept of operations for DroneHome is for the system to remain enclosed and silent apart from the occasional ‘pinging’ to notify UAVs of its existence. A UAV in need of

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Damian Kemp


Damian Kemp

Damian Kemp has worked in the defence media for 25 years covering military aircraft, defence …

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