Digital Aerolus drones use Artificial Intelligence, enabling our drones to stably fly without GPS or other external sensors. Our team created unique AI technologies that enable autonomous unmanned vehicles to navigate in the air, ground, water, and underwater. We created and built the Aertos™ commercial drones based on elements of our proprietary autonomous technology.
Here are a few of the ways Digital Aerolus drones utilize AI:
Our drones automatically utilize a flying feature which allows the drone to learn the pilot’s desired behavior for the drone’s flight in its current environment. The flight software ‘looks over the shoulder’ of the pilot and within seconds adjusts its flight behaviors to match the manual input from the pilot. This advanced feature is embedded in the soul of our Folded Geometry flight Code™ (FGC™), takes only moments to implement on each flight.
Touch & Go™
Our Touch & Go™ feature allows our drones to know the difference between encountering physical resistance and wind resistance. This AI feature results in the drone behaving differently between those two important distinctive events when encountered. As a result, we have designed our drone to be able to touch walls and other physical barriers as part of being able to get close enough to take high quality, photogrammetry-grade inspections without fear of touching and falling, if necessary.
The internal workings of our drone’s flight software utilizing advanced mathematics allow it to power up and fly in less than a second. That time is shorter than the power-up of most of the payloads on our drones. But when the first seconds matter, getting your drone in the air—regardless of the environment—happens faster with Aertos™ drones by Digital Aerolus, than any other commercial or industrial drone on the market.
CEO Jeff Alholm: AI Tech
Our CEO Jeff Alholm offers more information about how our drones utilize AI technology, in this short :60 second video.