Making the World Safer

Our combined software and drones make up a very unique problem solving set of tools for many different emergency applications. Take a look at our offerings below to see for yourself and find a little bit more about what we offer to you.

Hololens Piloting System

Hololens Piloting System
Hololens Piloting System

We maximize the visor's optic engineering to play a pivotal role by using sensors for predictive gaze-tracking and head-tracking which we then integrate with the biometrics device to map back to the drone's navigational controls. What is displayed to the pilot's Hololens is a a video feed that combines informations from all sensors in a very clear and immersive way.

Charlie's Heads Up Display Charlie I

Charlie's Heads Up Display Charlie I
Charlie's Heads Up Display Charlie I

The Charlie I is an urban firedrone whose main mission is to seek out human survivors by perceiving and confirming live people regardless of visibility. The Charlie I also quickly maps structures and reports on conditions that seriously impact firefighting strategies - making it possible for captains to strategize with informed choices on the scene of the fire.

Equipped with sensors that are 3D depth-aware and provide thermal, hyperspectral, and environmental monitoring, .

Charlie's Heads Up Display Charlie II

Charlie's Heads Up Display Charlie II
Charlie's Heads Up Display Charlie II

The Charlie II is an rural-wilderness firedrone expressly designed by request of FEMA. Charlie II's main mission is the same as Charlie I's - except it works as a fleet, with drones coordinating with other drones to care for a large area with complex challenges. Drone fleet real-time reporting can all be transmitted to command center consoles further away from the scene of the fire, to aid in strategic leadership. The Charlie II can predict fireline behavior and monitor various conditions that impact fire crew tactics and other risks. If crew members or others are trapped by flames, the Charlie II will deploy a payload of fire retardant and also convey instrcutions from central command on exit routes and further assistance.

Equipped with sensors that are 3D depth-aware and provide thermal, hyperspectral, and environmental monitoring, the Charlie II fleets exponentially address dire needs of wildfire fighting leadership, crews, and the communities they are pledged to risk their lives for..

Edna

Edna
Edna
Edna is our SWAT (Special Weapons And Tactics) drone that is able to determine whether or not guns are present, stop bullets, and see through walls and ascertain locations of shooters and hostages for max survival. Edna's baseline feature set includes object identification (the ability to see through walls and inside solid objects), anomaly detection, real-time autonomous situation assessment, predictive probable cause deployment, and bullet-stopping armoring. Using our patent-pending No-Light Object Identification tech on a patrol car drone, law enforcement can know what they're dealing with before they get out of the car. (ie, presence of real vs. toy guns, whether guns are loaded). This makes "Stop & Frisk" a thing of the past. In SWAT hostage scenarios, a dual-drone imaging technique utilizing this same tech can create a 3D visualization that identifies locations of all life in a building and any firearms. Basic capability includes being able to sense movement utilizing wifi signal distortion data and determine whether or not that individual is armed - and utilizing a laser array at a scene in order to create a heat barrier that stop bullets. Anyplace police are deployed on, they can know what they are dealing with before they step out of the vehicle. Scenario use cases are abundant for ascertaining risk and maximizing survival of all involved during: traffic stops where gun violence is always a risk, hostage rescues in public and private settings, and mass-shooters intent on causing harm. In addition, the Edna's video feed further provides documentation of due process lawful arrest on behalf of officers and the public.