Aerobotics is an aerial data analytics company, using satellite and drone imagery to help farmers around the world optimise their crop performance with it’s cloud based analytics platform called Aeroview. They have developed a data analytics platform that provides meaningful plant level data to farmers to optimise their yields and reduce their costs. The solution allows farmers to manage their crops on a plant by plant basis, track improvement over time from farming initiatives and automate variable rate applications for inputs such as fertilizer.
ALTI is a world-leading unmanned aircraft developer and manufacturing company. ALTI offers the most advanced VTOL (vertical take-off and land) unmanned aircraft systems available. They are the largest commercial drone manufacturer in Africa, based in South Africa.
Headquartered in Shenzhen, widely considered China’s Silicon Valley, DJI benefits from direct access to the suppliers, raw materials, and young, creative talent pool necessary for sustained success. Drawing on these resources, they have grown from a single small office in 2006 to a global workforce. Their offices can now be found in the United States, Germany, the Netherlands, Japan, South Korea, Beijing, Shanghai, and Hong Kong. As a privately owned and operated company, DJI focuses on their own vision, supporting creative, commercial, and nonprofit applications of their technology. Today, DJI products are redefining industries. Professionals in filmmaking, agriculture, conservation, search and rescue, energy infrastructure, and more trust DJI to bring new perspectives to their work and help them accomplish feats safer, faster, and with greater efficiency than ever before.
FLIR Systems, Inc. designs, develops, manufactures, markets, and distributes technologies that enhance perception and awareness. They bring innovative sensing solutions into daily life through their thermal imaging systems, visible-light imaging systems, locator systems, measurement and diagnostic systems, and advanced threat detection systems. Their products improve the way people interact with the world around them, enhance public safety and well-being, increase energy efficiency, and enable healthy and entertained communities.
High Eye was founded about 30 years ago as a model helicopter company. The company designed and built model helicopters, which were used for filming movies and commercials. Some of these helicopters were sold to third parties over the years. Today, High Eye manufacturers the long range, high endurance HEF 32 unmanned helicopter.
Micasense strive to help agriculture specialists and companies make informed decisions. Whether you’re providing advice for dozens of farms across half a continent or trying to keep your own crops as healthy and predictable as possible, they can help. They experts at agricultural drone sensors and data analysis, and they are dedicated not only to offering the tools for precision farming but the practical know-how too.
Phase One Industrial
Phase One Industrial is a division of Phase One A/S dedicated to research, development, and manufacture of specialised industrial camera systems and imaging software solutions. The company focuses on specific applications such as aerial mapping and surveying, ground and aerial inspection, agriculture, machine vision and homeland security.
Since their founding in 2011, Pix4D software has been committed to creating professional, georeferenced maps and models from drone imagery. As a spinoff of EPFL in Switzerland, they are technically solid, built on years of academic research. Their team knows what it’s like to fly drones every day and feel amazed by maps made from images. They want to share that with you by providing the best possible tools for more exciting and efficient work.
UAV Vision designs and manufactures high performance, lightweight, gyro-stabilised camera payloads for ISR (Intelligence, Surveillance & Reconnaissance) applications. Their high quality, stable video systems are successfully utilised on a vast selection of platforms, including unmanned and manned aircraft, lighter than air vehicles, marine vessels, manned and unmanned ground vehicles, and static land platforms.
uAvionix Corporation develops the world’s smallest, lightest and most affordable ADS-B transceivers and transponders, Ping. uAvionix’s Ping network system combines hardware, software, and real-time airspace mapping to enable companies to safely and reliably operate drones in the National Air Space. Based in Palo Alto, USA, uAvionix has gathered a cross-disciplinary team of experts in embedded Radio Frequency engineering, sUAS operations and compliance, hardware, software, and cloud services.