DRONES TO THE NEXT LEVEL
SURVEIRON is the first intelligent platform for global robotic systems. It provides a secure and efficient infrastructure for collaborative tasks between heterogeneous devices deployed worldwide
The system architecture allows a real-time analysis of the information gathered by drones or any other devices connected. All the robotic agents can be controlled remotely, regardless of their location, or can be controlled automatically by SURVEIRON. This creates a direct link between the area of interest and the people in charge of the decision-making process. SURVEIRON allows effective resource planning for organizations.
Until today, the use of drones has been focused in the pair "pilot-drone". This requires the presence of a pilot and his direct control over the operation. This model is valid for a limited number of interconnected devices, but absolutely inefficient and obsolete from a scalable perspective. The total number of drones is increasing, as well as the specific operations performed with them.
Introducing new ways of protecting infrastructures and key assets both in industrial and urban environments. SURVEIRON is able to automate the inspection and preventive maintenance tasks for big infrastructures. It also performs image analysis for the data provided by unmanned vehicles and the integration with computer vision algorithms for detection.
Support of the decision-making process in smart cities: intelligent traffic management, crowd control and pollution monitoring. Artificial intelligence engine for the automatic analysis and synthesis of the information provided to the operators.
Combined use of unmanned vehicles, cameras and perimeter sensors for an automatic early detection of potential threats. Solutions for the control, surveillance and monitoring of secured areas.
Support for emergency teams in critical situations. Assistance in search and rescue operations. Access and inspection of temporarily inaccessible areas. Real-time information forwarding to crisis cabinets and people in charge of the decision-making process. Geolocation and health monitoring of emergency workers deployed in the area