The AtlasMESH innovation puts an end to the era of “One operator - One Drone”. The AtlasMesh helps you easily design a mission and launch a fleet of drones, which makes an operation on a long distance possible to perform.
The AtlasMESH communication enables multi-UAS operation in a cost effective and easy way, without the need for external antennas, expensive modules & modems. Internet connection is also not needed – just our drones and the AtlasSTATION.
Real-time data stream from the AtlasPRO’s to numerous devices on the ground or the AtlasSTATION.
Real-time high definition data stream, thermal and 4K payloads.
Real-time computer vision functions over streamed video.
Multiple aircrafts can be linked together and enable communication and control beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS), opening various new operational options.
The AtlasRELAY can also be used to extend the communication range up to 8km and to enable extended range missions.
The AtlasRELAY can be used as a mediator between a drone and a remotely positioned team members or Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGV) equipped with the AtlasRELAY Module, to provide live video.
Watch a target for as long as needed with automated UAS hot swapping.
When one battery runs out, another AtlasPRO drone arrives to replace it and the area of interest, patrol route or target gets monitored by the second aircraft. By the time the first drone returns back and replaces the battery autonomously in the AtlasNEST.
You can easily operate several UAVs from the same AtlasSTATION in real time or using pre-planned missions.
The AtlasMESH is comprised of several AtlasPRO UASs.
The AtlasPRO operates in harsh weather conditions (IP53), in spite of strong wind (55 km/h) and at high altitudes (5,500 AMSL).
All aircrafts are ready for a multi-drone operation with a communication range up to 8km.
Three payload options:
Full HD 10X Optical zoom
4K: 3.5X optical zoom
Fully radiometric LWIR
Geolocation positioning of a target with an accuracy of 6 meters (when the AtlasPRO is flying in the radius of 200 m)
Real-time map updates in accordance with our computer vision capabilities