AirData and Skydio Announce Technology Partnership
AirData Announces Technology Partnership with Skydio
by DRONELIFE Staff Writer Ian M. Crosby
Flight data management leader AirData UAV announced today a new technology partnership with Skydio, the leader in drone manufacturing and autonomous flight. This new partnership will enable the integration of Skydio Cloud into AirData’s robust fleet management platform, offering customers a complete fleet management solution.
“We have used AirData for the past several years and just recently introduced the Skydio platform to our fleet,” said David Roberts, Oklahoma City Police Department. “AirData and Skydio offer unique capabilities that are critical to our team’s mission, and we are thrilled about the new integration and its ease-of-use.”
Skydio sees extensive use in the enterprise and public sectors and leads the industry in autonomous drone technology. This new integration with Skydio Cloud will further improve AirData’s ability to serve customers and their fleets while also providing Skydio customers with a reliable method of tracking and managing their fleets, managing compliance and maintenance, and minimizing risk.
“AirData is thrilled to work with Skydio to now include the autonomous drone powerhouse in our platform,” said AirData Founder and CEO Eran Steiner. “AirData and Skydio share the drive for a safer and smarter drone ecosystem, and we are excited to jointly focus on increasing flight awareness and facilitate safer, more efficient operations.”
AirData automatically retrieves Skydio 2, Skydio X2, and Skydio 2+ flight data via an API-driven integration, fulfilling compliance requirements, detecting early indications of problems to prevent surprises while also tracking maintenance and providing users with detailed operational reports.
Additionally, Skydio pilots will soon have the ability to Live Stream footage from their Skydio drone to the AirData platform without any additional hardware. The easy-to-use interface will offer 1-second latency over standard mobile hotspots, providing real-time visibility for remote viewers.
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Ian attended Dominican University of California, where he received a BA in English in 2019. With a lifelong passion for writing and storytelling and a keen interest in technology, he is now contributing to DroneLife as a staff writer.
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