Houston, Texas–NewsDirect–Volatus Aerospace Corp.
Volatus Aerospace Corp. (TSXV: VOL) (OTCQB: VLTTF) (“Volatus” or “The Company”) presents the autonomous remote drone nesting solution AERIEPORT at the Annual Energy Drone & Robotics Summit in Houston, Texas. I will proudly introduce you. AERIEPORT is an all-weather solution designed for remote operation at extreme temperatures ranging from -67 ° F to + 131 ° F. It features an on-board meteorological station, 4 SIM, 5G, high-speed LTE connectivity with Satcom options, an integrated ground-based detection and avoidance system, a mission planner and a remote control system.
“AERIEPORT is designed to facilitate remote missions anytime, anywhere in the world,” said Pedram Nowroozi, Chief Technology Officer of Volatus Aerospace. “This is a versatile all-weather remote system that works in all climates and can operate completely off-the-grid when needed.”
Rob Walker, Chief Operating Officer, commented:
AERIEPORT is designed to be drone agnostic. Volatus is currently seeking special regulatory approval to operate AERIEPORT without the need for a visual observer. There is no guarantee of such approval, but the company has a high level of trust.
Volatus Aerospace announces AERIEPORT, an autonomous remote drone nesting station
About Volatus Aerospace:
Volatus Aerospace Corp. is a leading provider of integrated drone solutions across Canada, the United States, and Latin America. With a vast pilot network, Volatus serves the commercial and defense markets for imaging and inspection, security and monitoring, equipment sales and support, training, design, manufacturing and R & D. Volatus, through its subsidiary Volatus Aviation, operates aircraft management, charter sales, and freight services using pilots, remote pilots, and autonomous aircraft.
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