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Check out this new video about our fully automated flight and precise landing for drones

A showcase of our end-to-end flight automation including precise landing by combining GPS and Computer.

Automation of landing on a small surface is necessary in many drone-based applications, and it is one of the most challenging parts for achieving a fully automated flight.


Flying Road Side Unit (RSU), a solution we have developed using drones (UAV) to quickly deploy an RSU at locations that were not included in the initial deployment plan.

A good RSUs network is important for enabling the V2X technology especially in the early deployment stages. Indeed, before reaching a good penetration of enabled vehicles in the park, there will be a need for deployment of enough RSUs around the city at strategic locations.



Autmated Landing using Computer Vision AI

Below is a short video showing the field test and validation of the computer vision based landing solution that has been developed by the DroneITS team.


Starting the prototyping phase

It is one of the most exciting phases in any R&D project, the start of the development of the prototype that will be used to proof and demonstrate the findings of the project. In DroneITS project, we have planned for this activity to start as soon as possible (just a year after the kickoff of  the project), to make sure we have a reliable and a stable test-bed before the closure of the project, by end of 2019.

Below is a photo of two colleagues (Miss. Nour Alsahan and Mr. Ahmed Abuzrara) working on the development and integration of the first DroneITS’s UAV, and the work is progressing very well. We hope to have a first version of the prototype ready for a demonstration in a month.