As part of its bumper statement this week, Skydio has announced three new software solutions.
These are the Skydio Autonomy Enterprise Foundation, Skydio 3D Scan, and Skydio House Scan, and were announced in addition to the X2 family of drones and a £80million funding round.
The Skydio Autonomy Enterprise Foundation adds to Skydio’s Core Autonomy system with new pilot-assist capabilities that, the company said, make flights safer and more efficient.
Features include ‘360 superzoom’ capabilities, as well as a higher precision of user control and a vertical view option.
Next, the Skydio 3D Scan allows autonomous inspection of industrial structures with a 3D reconstruction function.
Finally, Skydio House Scan was developed in partnership with Eagleview. Skydio said the system enables home insurance agents to automatically perform accurate inspection of residential homes safely and without the need to become expert drone pilots.
Bill Banta, general manager of Enterprise Solutions, EagleView, commented: “Skydio House Scan is a game-changing capability for residential inspections. Thanks to these market leading capabilities, Skydio drones can automatically perform context-aware 3D scanning of residential properties.
“Delivered as part of EagleView’s enterprise solutions, Skydio HouseScan allows insurance inspectors to capture more precise data, efficiently and safely.”
Watch Skydio’s video announcement for the House Scan system below:
Skydio’s release earlier this week included news of a new drone, the X2, and a fresh funding round. Read more below: