Building a cooperative, autonomous, operating drone system to enhance transport safety
The aim of Drones4Safety (D4S) is to develop a system of autonomous, self-charging, and collaborative drones that can inspect a big portion of transportation infrastructures in a continuous operation.
The consortium represents the full value-chain for the development of an autonomous, self-charging, collaborative drone system
for inspecting transport infrastructures.
NEAT S.r.l. is an Italian, independent design and development company, with extensive experience in creating exclusive hardware and software solutions for mission- […]
Alteia is a leading enterprise AI software provider focused on streamlining the use of visual data to generate real-time business intelligence. We […]
EUCENTRE Foundation, European Centre for Training and Research in Earthquake Engineering, is a non-profit organisation that promotes, supports and sustains training and […]
We are glad to inform you that from 28th to 30th June you can find Drones4Safety at the European Robotics Forum 2022 […]
Within Drones4Safety a range of public deliverables are required to be produced by the consortium and submitted and approved by the European […]
FOCUS ON FRAUNHOFER: developing a quick-witted energy harvesting system to recharge the drones’ battery
Fraunhofer IMS is a German research institute working in the field of microelectronics and sensors. The institute’s well-known excellence is on sensors […]
On Thursday, April 7th 2022, Sam Munchow from Aric and Naeem Ayoub from the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science of the […]
The Network and Analytics (NAN) group participates in Drones4Safety on behalf of Aarhus University. It is part of the Department of Electrical […]
IMADA is the short name for the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science at the Faculty of Science, University of Southern Denmark […]
On 1st March 2022, from 10 am to 1 pm, the Drones4Safety project held its second workshop with the Advisory Board. The […]
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