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MISSION CONTROL

For any mission, in any location

From private businesses to government agencies, more and more organizations worldwide are discovering the endless applications and power of drones. But you can’t use a remote control to power a fleet of drones - you need a consolidated fleet management system.

Introducing Mission Control 

Mission Control is an end-to-end system that gives users the power to create automated missions for an entire fleet of drones. There’s no real limit to the number of units it can control, and because it’s drone-agnostic, it doesn’t matter what drones you choose to use. Easy to use and packed with features, Mission Control puts you in full command of your fleet. 

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How does it work? 

Mission Control is a cloud-based software system that communicates and controls linked drones via cellular towers. This means that there is no geographical limit to where your fleet can operate, even if you’re sitting thousands of miles away. Missions are created via an intuitive dashboard: you just select a drone, tell it what to do, and dispatch. You can watch what your drones are doing in real time on the live map display. 

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What can you do with it? 

The Mission Control dashboard gives you tools to create missions for your drones, and then dispatch them to carry out the missions. They will carry out the missions autonomously with no further input from you. Extensive safety features protect your drones from common accident scenarios: for example, collision control resolves navigation conflicts between drones, terrain recognition capability will protects against natural obstacles, and GPS loss protection safeguards drones if they lose signal. You can use cockpit mode to take control of any drone at any time, flying as if you were sitting inside it. You can save and edit flight paths for recurring missions, and of course the dashboard gives you full control of your drones’ hardware and payloads.

These are just some of the features of Mission Control. It’s the perfect tool for any application - security, agriculture, first response, deliveries, and more.  

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