H3 Dynamics Launches The World’s Most Advanced Drone Charging Station, Which Aims To Automate The Global Drone Services Industry
If you are unfamiliar with the hardware and software used by drones, DBX opens up to aerial analysis all over the world
UTM-ready and 5G-enabled DBX is the first real step towards the largest UAM vertiports of the future
H3 Dynamics announces the launch of DBX-G7, a new vertiport system for autonomous drone operations. Smarter, faster, and multimodal DBX powered by 5G and 4G technology, was designed to scale ongoing digitization efforts for security, maintenance and crisis management compliance. Applications range from smart cities in Asia to various types of industrial sites around the world.
Developed during the COVID-19 pandemic, the DBX-G7 is a direct response to the new paradigm of remote presence and remote work. DBX performs all the functions of an on-site drone pilot: navigation, docking, stacking, battery charging, data retrieval, transmission, and cloud-based processing. Autonomous systems like DBX help reduce the need for on-site presence, and can help alleviate increasing labor shortage pressures .
“With the acceleration of digitization, the need for structural scans is also growing, while the availability of pilots is limited. We are looking to close the gap with our autonomous DBX drone stations,” commented Samuel Chauffaille, Director of the Systems Division. of Robotics of H3 Dynamics.
H3 Dynamics has been implementing its AI-enabled digital inspection solutions to address the thousands of tall buildings that require regular inspections in Singapore, most of which use drone-piloted operations. The company has expanded its solution through strategic alliances, including SAP connectivity , to submit repair job orders directly from the H3 Dynamics digital platform ( watch video ). Enterprise software giant SAP and H3 Dynamics are now working together in an increasing number of industrial use cases.
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Through its global alliance with air traffic control leader THALES , H3 Dynamics is working on real-time airspace integration through a multifaceted approach around the world. DBX is the beginning of autonomous urban air mobility, an immediate business experience with lower risk, with operations with 5 kg drones, a living laboratory for cities that has in view air taxis of 4 to 5 tons to transport passengers.
“What makes DBX truly unique is its open architecture philosophy. Unlike other closed environments that restrict users to only one type of drone, DBX can encompass several professional drones from different manufacturers and work with various communication protocols. and operating standards, “said Taras Wankewycz, founder and CEO of H3 Dynamics.
This facilitates a wide universe of use cases and requirements of existing clients in different geographies, from solar farms to precision agriculture, maintenance of critical infrastructure, public services, buildings, perimeter security, among many more.
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