Atlas Dynamics Launches New Drone Techs at AUVSI Xponential 2019

Atlas Dynamics plans to unveil two new technologies for unmanned aerial vehicles at the AUVSI Xponential 2019 in Chicago, Ill. 

The company said Tuesday that from April 30 to May 2 it will showcase the AtlasNEST advanced docking station, which serves as a platform for UAV takeoff, landing and battery swapping and supports perimeter security and first response. 

Atlas Dynamics will also present its AtlasMESH Multi-UAV Communication System that provides operators with control of multiple UAVs from one ground control station.

The technology also supports UAV Hot Swap or connected video streaming from one drone to multiple ground control stations, or smartphones when the UAV reaches battery-life limitations. 

“Our technology allows the user to operate several UAVs in tandem on the same mission as well as in multiple locations,” said Ivan Tolchinsky, co-founder and CEO of Atlas Dynamics. 

He added that both AtlasNEST and AtlasMESH provide continuous surveillance and collection of data at any location and condition. 

Atlas Dynamics plans to offer the UAV technologies to the U.S. military, security forces and first responders.

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