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Swiss drone maker senseFly’s ground control software eMotion 2, shown here on a tablet, lets operators use a single interface to control multiple drones.

Multiple drones mapping remote areas autonomously is no longer science fiction. The most advanced version of senseFly’s ground control software puts years of research into users’ hands.

The technology now is fully integrated in senseFly’s ground control software eMotion 2. Operators can use a single interface to control multiple drones, allowing greater areas to be covered in less time. The drones have automated in-flight collision avoidance and will share start and landing waypoints while coordinating their altitudes.

Image courtesy of senseFly.

 

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