Amphibious, All-Terrain and Airborne Drones Enhance Efficiency in Execution of Essential Services

Amphibious, All-Terrain and Airborne Drones Enhance Efficiency in Execution of Essential Services

Although awareness of the safety solutions offered by unmanned aerial systems (UAS) – aka drones – has recently spiked across the healthcare community due to the coronavirus crisis, perhaps one of the fastest growing uses of this burgeoning and advanced technology is within the oil and gas industry. Not only…

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Barry Alexander is a veteran airline pilot, who recognized the need for an aviation-inspired and real-time proprietary operating system (RTOS) to take commercial drone functionality to the next level and thus created Aquiline Drones (AD), the first U.S.-based, comprehensive drone solutions company, comprised of highly experienced aviators, software engineers and IT gurus. With a customer-centric model, U.S.-based manufacturing, U.S. supply chain, and world-class MRO services, the company offers innovative ways to use drones in commercial activities.

Supported by a dedicated UAV cloud and real-time OS, autonomous drone operations with real-time control and dynamic in-field decision making capabilities, Aquiline Drones’ full spectrum of technology solutions provides a more expansive and deeper applicability across countless industries and environments by delivering real-time data insights. Aerospace-compliant processes for software, hardware manufacturing and systems integration, along with best-in-class mission capabilities are being planned and designed as the company continues to forge relationships with federal, state and private organizations in an effort to develop and launch new drone system applications in a collaborative manner. Visit www.AquilineDrones.com for more information.

Oil and gas operations are commonly found in remote locations far from company headquarters. Now, it's possible to monitor pump operations, collate and analyze seismic data, and track employees around the world from almost anywhere. Whether employees are in the office or in the field, the internet and related applications enable a greater multidirectional flow of information – and control – than ever before.

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