Inicio

AirLucus a súa empresa Innovadora

 

Cando nas nosas cabezas comezou a formarse a idea de AirLucus, pretendíamos xuntar innovación con funcións de axuda e control para temas de actualidade e aos que deberiamos darlle máis importancia da que as veces lle damos.

Por iso, decidimos pensar no medio rural, máis desfavorecido á hora da chegada da tecnoloxía. Empezando por adecuar estas zonas para o despegue e o aterraxe dos drons, que poderán levar menciñas cando doutra forma non sexa posible. Colaborando nas funcións agrícolas con tarefas de fumigación, control de pragas, control hídrico…

Outros temas que asolan a nosa comunidade todos os anos, son os incendios, as veces de tan difícil acceso para poder extinguilos, perdendo con elo a nosa marabillosa biodiversidade. O noso equipo poderá levar o control e vixilancia dos montes, para ante todo previlos ou de estar xa iniciado buscar o camiño máis rápido e menos perigoso para levar a operación.

Tamén ano a ano, escoitamos noticias de persoas desaparecidas. Coa axuda dos nosos drons poderemos buscar a estas persoas e o máis importante, levarán incorporado un equipo de provisións para que permanezan sen problemas mentres chegan os equipos de rescate que serán avisados polo equipo no momento de ser atopada a persoa.

Seguimos buscando técnicas innovadoras de axuda, pero polo de agora este é o noso grao de area.

  • What the Drone Crash Video Means for the Industry
    por Miriam McNabb el día octubre 18, 2018 a las 3:42 pm

    News and Commentary. The University of Dayton Research Institute recently released a video showing that when a Phantom 2 quadcopter hits the wing of an aircraft directly, bad things happen.  The internet and news media, unsurprisingly, have gone to town: “Devastating Damage,” “Serious Damage,” and “Growing Risk” are all part of the headlines.  But what […] The post What the Drone Crash Video Means for the Industry appeared first on DRONELIFE. […]

  • The Drone Analyst: Measuring Success in the Drone Market
    por staff el día octubre 18, 2018 a las 1:14 pm

    “If you can’t measure it, you can’t improve it.” – Peter Drucker Guest post by leading drone industry analyst Colin Snow of Skylogic Research. The $118M Airware failure is a cautionary tale for all potential commercial drone investors—as well as all existing commercial drone market participants. To avoid such failure—whether you are drone aircraft manufacturer, […] The post The Drone Analyst: Measuring Success in the Drone Market appeared first on DRONELIFE. […]

  • High Level Conference on Drones at Amsterdam Drone Week
    el día octubre 17, 2018 a las 9:00 pm

      Join the next High Level Conference on Drones on 27th – 28th of November 2018 taking place at RAI Amsterdam. &nbs […]

  • Intel’s Anil Nanduri on 3 Keys to Accelerating Growth in the Drone Industry
    por Miriam McNabb el día octubre 17, 2018 a las 2:22 pm

    Intel‘s Anil Nanduri spoke at the European Drone Summit in Frankfurt, Germany this week – and DRONELIFE spoke with him after the presentation to get his views on the key to accelerating growth in the industry. Leading the drone business in one of the most influential companies in the world gives Nanduri unique insights into […] The post Intel’s Anil Nanduri on 3 Keys to Accelerating Growth in the Drone Industry appeared first on DRONELIFE. […]

  • Europe’s Plan to ID and Monitor Drones – and Why the Drone Industry Approves
    por Miriam McNabb el día octubre 17, 2018 a las 1:17 pm

    The European Commission (Commission) published it’s latest draft of detailed drone rules last week.   Here’s what’s inside: and why the Drone Manufacturers Alliance Europe (DMAE) is on board. The Commission’s latest draft implementing rules for operational and technical requirements builds on EASA recommendations, and proposes a groundwork that will grant member states the ability […] The post Europe’s Plan to ID and Monitor Drones – and Why the Drone Industry Approves appeared first on DRONELIFE. […]