AUVSI 2015 receives Embention as participant

On the next 4th May, Embention will participate, once again, in the annual conference AUVSI Unmanned Systems, this year in Atlanta, Georgia, strengthening its position in the United States and continuing the company growth in the field of UAV, UAS, RPAS and drones, where highlights Veronte Atopilot.

Embention will attend AUVSI Unmanned Systems with latest improvements and implementations. Such as, its adaption and use for tethered drone control, which can take off, hover and landing fully automatically as well as permits to configure other phases by using Veronte Pipe, the user interface. Thanks to the unlimited supply of energy, provided by the cable, it is possible to operate continuously, permitting to adapt drones for countless applications. Embention will also exhibit the control system 4G module implementation, it enables communication between the ground station and the drone via internet and 3G / 4G network, besides a large number of possibilities.

We hope to have your presence and will be glad to receive you at booth #2361.

AUVSI 2015 conference

AUVSI 2015 Unmanned Systems

AUVSI Unmanned Systems 2015 convenes the largest global community of commercial and military leaders in intelligent robotics, drones and unmanned systems. It will gather under one roof all areas; air, land and sea, industry from agriculture and construction to energy and academia; to share ideas and techonological innovations which will shape the future.

In this edition we will be able to know the juncture, progress and the most relevant issues of the industrial present in this sector. Demonstrations will be also performed and exhibitions for over 600 innovative technological advances will be presented . The AUVSI Unmanned Systems is the leading networking event of the UAV industry, where it is possible to get connected with other companies and find new business opportunities.

Some of the main topics discussed at the AUVSI are:

  • Portable Unmanned Maritime Systems.
  • Best Practices for Using Autonomous Surface Vehicles (ASVs) to Protect Maritime Boundaries.
  • Safety Analysis Framework for Evaluating Mid-Air Collision Risk for Integrated Manned and Unmanned Operations
  • What will define the next generation of inspection multi-rotors?
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