The term “NDAA compliant” is widely used in the drone industry to refer to drones that are “safe to use” by government agencies and enterprises. However, this does not mean that drones made in the U.S. are automatically ok to be used by the U.S. government. Much more...
As companies look to replace their fleet they need a provider that has a large shelf space, not just individual vehicles. Auterion is the only viable choice for enterprise customers looking to replace an entire fleet. Nobody gets fired for buying IBM, is a common...
Forbes has named Auterion as the company that could transform the U.S. Drone industry in a recent article by Aerospace & Defense columnist David Hambling.
The Government’s decision to standardize on PX4 and MAVLink as part of the Blue sUAS architecture is solidifying open-source software as the standard for drones.
Die Entscheidung der US-Regierung, als Teil der Blue sUAS Architecture auf PX4 und MAVLink für kleine unbewaffnete Aufklärungsdrohnen zu standardisieren (Artikel von Verge), festigt Open-Source-Software als Standard, um die Drohnenprodukte von DJI zu ersetzen....
What the upcoming American Security Drone Act could mean for your business
InterDrone 2019 was a success. Our co-founder Lorenz Meier held a keynote and three software engineers held technical sessions on software development, hardware reference designs, and insights on how automatic flight log analysis can improve the reliability of UAVs.
We are very excited to welcome David Sharpin as our GE General Manager to support growth in North America.
We are very excited to announce that Marco Bill-Peter, SVP at open source company RedHat has joined Auterion’s Board of Directors.
Awarded the 2nd and 3rd place for best fleet management software and detect and avoidance solutions respectively.
InterDrone was the chance to present our product, announce the closing of our seed investment and show the work done in the last months for our customers and for the PX4 community.