Simulyze Unveils UAS Operational Intell Application; Kevin Gallagher Comments

droneSimulyze has launched a new operational intelligence application intended to help customers gain a complete view of unmanned aircraft systems in real time.

Called Mission Insight, the new commercial off-the-shelf offering works to process and analyze huge volume of data from various sources to provide situational awareness to UAS operators, Simulyze said Feb. 17.

Kevin Gallagher, president and CEO of Simulyze, said the company built the technology to provide “a single, complete operational view of workflow data, from pre-operational planning to post-event analysis” to UAS commanders, mission planners and analysts.

Simulyze aims to extend the use of its application across areas such as aerial photography and surveying, agriculture, construction, infrastructure, emergency management, search and rescue, disaster recovery and oil and gas exploration.

Mission Insight works to perform real-time processing, analytics, command and control, data integration and alerting functions.

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