Skydio expands drone insurance plan to cover X2 enterprise users

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Skydio is expanding its drone insurance policy to protect X2 enterprise users against accidental damages from collisions, water damage, and unrecoverable landings.

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Skydio X2 drone software update brings several enhancements to thermal imaging

Skydio has released a new software update for its X2 Enterprise (X2E) drone, and it’s packed with some noteworthy features including new thermal contrast options, the ability to define a region of interest in an image, and improved infrared streaming.

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Drone makers turning to superior 3D-printed UAS components

As the capabilities and popularity of drones grow among consumers and businesses users alike, unmanned aerial system (UAS) manufacturers can find it tough to keep pace with demand. As a result, many are now turning to faster 3D printing of key components.

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XPONENTIAL: Skydio presentation outlines vision, autonomy, automation…

Skydio, the US-based drone company that emphasizes Artificial Intelligence and automation in its drones and work flows, says the next chapter in the evolution of drones is all about software and autonomy. The company outlined its position, as well as some new products, during the online AUVSI XPONENTIAL Conference, which is this week.

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Skydio begins shipping X2 series drones, launches Skydio Cloud

The largest drone company in the United States that sells to consumers, Skydio, has announced it will commence shipping its X2 series drones. These machines are purpose-built for Enterprise/First Responders and the military – and are suitable for rugged deployment scenarios where enhanced capabilities are desired. Skydio also has news on the software side of things.

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Skydio X2D could be selected as Short-Range Reconnaissance tool

Skydio’s X2D, a robust drone designed for rugged Enterprise and First Responder work, is in consideration for use by the US Army. The military has moved the drone into the next phase of a program where it’s assessing drones for Reconnaissance and Surveillance (R&S) activities.

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