American Robotics, a subsidiary of Ondas Holdings, and Infrared Cameras Inc. (ICI) announced a strategic partnership.
American Robotics was the first company to receive FAA approval to operate automated drones without humans on-site in 2021.
American Robotics, a fully-owned subsidiary of Ondas Holdings, announced it signed a term sheet to acquire Airobotics.
This brings a total of 10 FAA approved for automated BVLOS drone operations online for American Robotics.
Ondas subsidiary American Robotics will leverage Ardenna’s analytics software to accelerate growth within the rail industry.
American Robotics announce a partnership that fulfills the FAA requirements for the safe operation of drones beyond the line of sight.
American Robotics’ commercial drone system will be integrated into Ondas’ FullMAX platform, a standards-based networking solution designed to enable enhanced data communications for field operations.
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