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ModalAI Keeps Drones Flying Safely

Updated: Apr 27, 2023

Autonomous navigation is a critical feature for any mission-critical drone. As more drones are being deployed in GPS-denied and communications-denied environments such as mines, tunnels, and critical infrastructure facilities such as nuclear power plants, oil tanks, and buildings, the more critical reliable onboard navigation and mapping becomes.

ModalAI’s latest integration of PMD’S Time of Flight sensor with VOXL enables comprehensive and reliable mapping for indoor autonomous navigation.

Topics: ModalAI, Time of Flight Sensors, autonomous navigation, mapping, indoor operations, GPS-denied, VOXL2, autopilot, robotic perception

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