Advanced Drone EVO II Enables Public Safety in Air

The EVO II series is Autel's flagship drone first launched at CES 2020, and it also made an additional appearance at this year's CES, attracting the attention of many tech enthusiasts at the show. The EVO II is the world's first drone capable of capturing 8K Ultra HD images.

The EVO II Pro features Sony's next-generation 20-megapixel ultra-sensitive CMOS image sensor that supports video resolutions up to 6K. The design and ultra-high-resolution capabilities make this drone a sought-after drone among aerial photography enthusiasts.

You buy a drone, you want to charge the battery, and take it out for your first test flight. Before you do so, you need to understand the rules and regulations of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for flying drones in the United States. You should also know your rights, and the rights of those around you.

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fly for fun
Before you can figure out which rules apply to your Autel drone, you need to decide how you're going to use it. If you're flying for fun and sharing videos and images with friends, you can be set up, registered and tested in less than an hour. You only need to pay a small registration fee and pass the basics test.

fly for money
If you plan to make money with unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), you will need to take the more rigorous exam and become Part 107 certified. Once certified, you'll be able to use your drone to take photos and videos to sell as stock images, work in filmmaking, get aerial images at weddings or real estate, and more.

The sky is the limit, we should develop all our interests and hobbies within the scope of legal compliance. We design detection and destruction systems using highly specialized techniques to achieve a level of precision and sensitivity unattainable by other methods.

As a company that has been focusing on driving the key core technologies of drones, Autel Robotics will continue to bring more cutting-edge products to drone aerospace enthusiasts and lead the development trend of the drone industry. Providing a simplified and standardized hardware/software bundle, providing our user base with a command and control software that is easy to deploy and operate, will be critical as more users of fixed and pop-up sites seek to deploy countermeasures. UAV system products.

Importantly, our Autel Robotics EVO Nano products have gradually taken new directions, such as new research and development software, which is an on-premise, over-the-air solution that also includes an advanced physical server. Both plans have regular map updates, including the ability for users to load their own maps for sensitive locations.

If it is possible to develop software implanted in drones in the future, the direction we are considering is third-party anti-drone sensors and effectors. These include multiple AI sensing and tracking products, such as the RfOne long-range direction finding sensor for and tracking, and the camera-agnostic DroneOptID optical/thermal imaging AI software.