win the mission, get home safely
Human-guided autonomous drones serve as human extensions, derisking and empowering any operator with superior situational awareness in complex scenarios. Better tactical decision making, on the fly, away from harm’s way.
Designed to address the four
concerns of special forces:
Securing airspace from hostile drones
A Counter - UAS system that enables any operator to kinetically intercept aerial threats using a resilient ultra-fast drone system. Serving as a human extension, the GRIFFON allows operators to perform vision-assisted, semi-automated interceptions and to control a drone team that automatically launches when detecting aerial threats.
Eliminating threats that employ explosive devices
A tactical aerial drone system that enables any operator to perform surgical precision pick & drop delicate tasks. The WOLVERINE utilizes sensor fusion and machine learning technologies to empower the operator with superior situational awareness and understanding, allowing better tactical decision-making, on the fly, away from harm’s way.
Precision-based missions in densly populated areas
A new micro tactical indoor ISR system that enables any operator to perform accurate remote multi-mission tasks in complex environments. The XTENDER is able to enter a remote target site, perform recon and data collection tasks with extreme precision, and seamlessly exit, agnostic of any indoor-outdoor transition limitations and regardless of any GPS denied locations. Additionally, it enables control of drone teams (mini swarm) and remote control of payloads deployed indoors, and actively affects the operational scenario.
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Overcoming hidden challenges and obstacles
cross platform Proprietary Operating system
Patented Mark & Fly technology integrated into the industry-leading drone Operating System, puts human intelligence and machine autonomy together to superpower soldier’s abilities and simultaneously save soldiers’ lives.
Multiple mission applications & drone variations
Autonomy for complex flight dynamics
Human-centric interface for complex decision-making
this is how we do it
HQ ground control system
In the coming years, a mix of virtual reality, fast wireless networks, and machines like drones and rovers will allow people to immerse themselves in actual, far-flung environments—in real-time.
Wall Street Journal
What we saw in XTEND is an opportunity for a compelling hybrid model. XTEND’s underlying technology enables ANY user to fly a drone accurately and seamlessly, with minimal training.
They’ve created an experience in which humans and autonomous machines work hand in hand, collaborating to perform complex tasks that are otherwise impossible for any of them separately.