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Flytbase Partners With Skyebrowse to Leap Forward in Drone Tech

Flytbase and Skyebrowse Team Up on New Drone Technology

FlytBase, a leading enterprise drone autonomy software platform company based in San Jose, California, has announced a groundbreaking partnership with SkyeBrowse, a renowned drone reality capture platform. This collaboration marks a significant leap forward in the field of drone technology, enabling users to capture drone data autonomously through FlytBase and generate detailed 2D and 3D models on SkyeBrowse in mere minutes.

Traditionally, creating high-quality 2D and 3D models has been a complex and time-consuming process, often taking hours or even days. However, SkyeBrowse's innovative use of videogrammetry technology allows for the rapid conversion of drone video footage into detailed 2D maps and 3D models. This rapid processing is particularly beneficial for emergency response applications, where quick and accurate documentation of accidents, fires, or crime scenes is crucial.

FlytBase's drone autonomy software platform facilitates the easy capture of aerial videos, which are then autonomously uploaded to SkyeBrowse's secure, CJIS-compliant cloud. This process generates centimeter-accurate 3D models almost instantaneously, without the need for prior drone piloting or 3D modeling expertise. Furthermore, SkyeBrowse provides advanced tools for tactical analysis, including annotation features and precise measurement tools.

The partnership between FlytBase and SkyeBrowse not only enhances public safety and emergency response capabilities but also streamlines reality capture in industries such as real estate, telecommunications, and distribution. FlytBase's platform offers advanced flight automation, safety features, and seamless integration with beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) hardware and software, ensuring safe and repeatable drone data collection.

Compliance with ISO 27001, SOC2 Type II, and GDPR standards ensures data protection and flexible deployment options to meet customized data privacy requirements. This collaboration represents a significant step toward providing automated, safe, and secure data collection and processing capabilities for a variety of industries.



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