Iris AutomationDetect and avoid system enabling drones to fly Beyond Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS). Unlock your drones.
Iris Automation is an Artificial Intelligence and safety avionics company building collision-avoidance systems for autonomous vehicles, focused on industrial drones. The company is based in San Francisco and Reno-Tahoe, composed of a 41-person team of computer vision experts, avionics engineers, and aircraft operations folks from self-driving car and aerospace companies such as NASA, Toyota, Boeing, Nvidia, and Tesla.
Iris' core computer vision technology is a software solution which gives Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) makers and operators an all-in-one, turnkey solution for Beyond Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS) operations. By enabling UAS to fly BVLOS, Iris is the critical missing piece that takes commercial drone operations from a pilot project to a practical, scalable solution.
Iris Automation’s Technology Stack maps Iris Automation’s participation in the drones IoT Technology stack.
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