A few days ago we mentioned the boxed version of our software. Design of its envelope is based on our print brochure, which we will give away at events, conferences, fairs, and whenever the opportunity arises. And you can now browse this brochure online to take a look!
It might be better to mention that the brochure is not exactly small, so it might take a while to load after you enter.
If you are a partner, feel free to grab a print-quality PDF version from the partner download zone.
At the beginning of July, sUAS news reported about drone traffic monitoring demonstration in Netherlands.
Traffic technology International, an international web-and-print magazine, published in their June/July 2015 issue an article about UAV-based road traffic monitoring based on the Netherlands event under the title Farewell to fixed cameras?.
While the one-off demonstration showcased real-time monitoring, not analysis, it is an application of UAVs in traffic nevertheless. The article title is especially poignant for us, since drones can replace fixed cameras for both monitoring and analysis.
Meanwhile, another monitoring application is on the horizon: “The Jakarta City police to use drones to monitor traffic”. Doubtless, many more are to come…
il Nuovo Cantiere is a Italian magazine with long tradition. The magazine focuses on construction, industry and trade. In December they published an article called La rivoluzione dei droni (The Drone Revolution).
The article is almost evenly split. The first half focuses on regulations, the second describes the advances and changes that drones bring. Our work is featured in a significant portion of pictures, even if it is not discussed in detail.
leStrade is a prestigious Italian transport-oriented magazine. Our partner website TrafficLab.eu just announced that a six-page article about DataFromSky has been published in the December issue, which is available online on Issuu. Find us on pages 88-93!
The article opens with a flattering but accurate description of DataFromSky: A technique that crossed the boundary from sci-fi to reality. The bulk of the article describes the possibilities DataFromSky software opens in conjunction with drones/UAVs in the field of aerial monitoring and analysis of traffic. The article does not deal with the inner workings and technologies involved, and is suitable for general audience.
If you don’t wish to browse the whole magazine, the article (in Italian) is attached as a PDF (2.8 MB).