Digital Aerolus® developed an autonomous framework combining Artificial Intelligence with the math used in space navigation.
The proprietary technology used for Digital Aerolus drones can power a wide range of airborne vehicles (drone/UAV/UAS) as well as the ground (UGV), water (UWV), and underwater (UUV) vehicles.
We develop autonomous technology for anything that flies, floats, drives, or swims.
Here’s a short video that explains more about our technology.
Folded Geometry code (FGC™) is a proprietary operating system that manages multiple reference frames. The Folded Geometry code (FGC™) currently has 18 patents (granted or in-process) surrounding the autonomous technology.
FGC™ represents the vehicle and the world in a coherent set of frames of reference, which provides the underlying connection between the physical world and our AI system.
Our autonomous technology focuses on:
- Overcoming flaws in existing technologies with advanced control systems
- Supporting Behavioral languages and environment
- Integrating vision with vehicle movement
- Providing a suite of protected intellectual properties
- Developing customer-specific behaviors applicable across vehicle platforms
Our first commercial product using our technology is a line of industrial drones.
These UAV’s utilize FGC™ software to fly in GPS-denied environments, as well as to fly indoors and to go into inaccessible, and confined spaces. Our Aertos family of commercial drones have the ability to go where other commercial drones can’t go.