Skydio and Aloft Associate on Information Integration


Skydio's X2 drones energy drones and robotics, Skydio and AloftSkydio and Aloft Introduce Information Integration for Enterprise Prospects

by DRONELIFE Employees Author Ian M. Crosby

Right this moment, Aloft Applied sciences, alongside autonomous flight chief Skydio, introduced a newly accessible integration between Aloft Air Management for Enterprise and Skydio Cloud. This new integration supplies clients with a united, dependable knowledge stream of flight logs, telemetry, asset monitoring, reporting and extra. Lengthy requested by clients, this new functionality joins Skydio’s reliable autonomous plane with Aloft’s preflight and post-flight compliance options.

Within the strategy of bringing this mixed resolution to fruition, Skydio and Aloft’s shared buyer base turned readily obvious, particularly throughout the utilities trade. This specific sector requires a excessive diploma of safety inside its workflows on account of the significance of its  providers to the thousands and thousands of consumers and companies throughout the communities they serve.

“We’ve seen super demand for a Skydio and Aloft integration from our clients, particularly these within the utility trade,” stated Mike Ross, Skydio’s Senior Director of Product Administration. “We’re excited to be working with Aloft to supply a sturdy integration that makes fleet administration of Skydio drones inside Aloft easy and straightforward.”

Many early adopters are desirous to leverage this new integration, together with these clients throughout the utilities trade whose work necessitates a excessive diploma of security and safety.

“Energy strains are important infrastructure so inspection with drones needs to be carried out with security and safety on the core of each mission we fly,” stated Mike Spengler, UAS Program Supervisor, Idaho Energy Firm. “The mixed autonomy and safety of Skydio drones with the safety and compliance options that Aloft brings will assist our drone program grow to be much more safe and reinforce our security posture.”

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Ian attended Dominican College of California, the place he obtained a BA in English in 2019. With a lifelong ardour for writing and storytelling and a eager curiosity in expertise, he’s now contributing to DroneLife as a workers author.

 



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