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Compabilities

When it comes to the utility of SUAS, we work with all manner of adaptive payload and if the device can also accept remote management all the better.

Drone Integration

DroneOps Ltd is a specialist integrator of multiple sensor payload solutions. Off the shelf sensors need to be modified, lightened, shielded and stabilised to work correctly for SUAS applications. It has a team of electronics engineers and developers at hand to take your product and get it working remotely from a drone.
  • SUAS sensor design, manufacture and telemetry modification.
  • Bespoke 3D printed casings, fitments and protection.
  • Robustness and weather resistant solutions.
  • Real world and simulated conditions testing.
  • Training, support, airworthiness and maintenance.
DroneOps Integration
DroneOps data capture

Data Capture

Adding utility to the SUAS and the ability to manage devices from the ground is imperative to successful data and intelligence management. Relaying live or processed data to the ground is now possible for distances up to 100km and reduced latency and persistent usages can be designed for you. Live processing and forensically clean data links are also incorporated into situation management.
  • Encrypted transition of data.
  • On board data processing.
  • Sensor selection and manipulation from ground.
  • Transmitter and receiver conflict management and connectivity.

Sensors

With the improvements in technology and availability of new and more compact sensors the integration to a SUAS will increase capability across industry, emergency services, defence and security. Sensors include 6K Photogrammetry, IR, Thermal, Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality using 360-degree camera sets, chemical and digital sensor packs Laser, LIDAR and ultrasonic radar. With an integration maximum weight limit of a sensor being 5Kg we are confident that our technologists can create a platform that meets the airworthiness requirements and supports sensor needs and limitations.
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DroneOps  Virtual Reality (VR)

Virtual Reality

Personnel within DroneOps Ltd are very excited about the future use of Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) applications incorporating aerial flight. We are a key stakeholder in the Labyrinth Future Cities VR project working with large volume metric 3D cityscapes. We have also worked with Microsoft in the creation of an immersive virtual playing environment and understand the complexity of data collection to manage such high resolution models. DroneOps Ltd has partnered with the best 3D modelling companies in the UK and we can offer this as a full commissionable process. Access to the full range of VR devices, Oculus Rift, Samsung Gear, Microsoft HoloLens Measurable 3D modelling incorporating backward engineered CAD ability Overlaid 3D models; add IR Thermal, change, movement Internal and external modelling.

Forensics

Forensics Intelligence and evidence decays with time therefore timely capture of aerial evidence can offer a very different and usable perspective. In addition, by utilising an encrypted clean data link we can eliminate human interaction and collate critical information that can be used in cases of prosecution without the risk of questioning the integrity of evidence. DroneOps Ltd has strong links with the leading lights of modern forensics and have presented the application of SUAS to Defence, FBI and the Home Office. Applications include aerial footage used to log crime scenes, management of live situational change of forensic details and dimensions for archaeological purposes, meta taging of events and the process of orthomosaic the data into 3D models.
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DroneOps Ethics

Ethics

At DroneOps, the ethical use of drones is paramount to all our business partnerships and ultimately their successful implementation. With the arrival of new disruptive technology also comes questioning of their abuse. Prior to adding SUAS to your portfolio we can work with you to plan the information and integration of your SUAS to gain an overall acceptance of the technology. Let us plan your own SUAS ethics policy.
  • Create ethics templates within all schemes of work.
  • Reduce all human risk.
  • Diligently plan for worst case scenarios.
  • Do not even consider launch if at all unsure of integrities.
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