Globe UAV Introduces Long-Range Drone Flight Via 4G Network

The GUAV7, A Long Distance Drone Operable From A PC Through 4G Networks

 

 

” Globe UAV GmbH, a developer of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), has announced the introduction of its GUAV7 drone, a long distance unmanned aircraft equipped with permanent HD video transmission for civilian use. The system has been developed in accordance with the needs of police and firefighters, as well as for monitoring roads, railways, power lines or solar power plants.

  The operator controls the GUAV7 from a PC with a mouse or joystick. During the flight, the drone provides the pilot with real-time video with latency of only 100ms. The data is transferred via 4G mobile Internet, making the system controllable from almost anywhere in the world. 360° laser scanning and ultrasonic sensors are utilized for the identification of buildings and mobile obstacles, thus providing automatic crash avoidance.”

 

From the manufacturer’s website:

 

” This tool will bring you into a new dimension of flight control. Perfect to make your business more effective – first aid, surveillance, guiding, transport, early rating of a situation – this is our business.

  Without any piloting knowledge the user is able to control the drone for mentioned applications – from his desk, not standing outside at a field. A flying time of up to 60 minutes will allow to cover a radius of 50 km for your operation. During the whole time the drone delivers all flight data including an excellent live video with a delay of around 100ms. An important point for safety.

  As the world’s first manufacturer you will get the most powerful ground station on the market. Unlike all other drones our system makes it possible to fly with an almost unlimited range. Due to the mobile internet communication between our components, your flight range is now only constrained by the battery.”

 

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