The Hong Kong-based maker of drone connectivity units, Sky Drone joined the Nvidia incubator program to develop AI processing for 4G and 5G connected drones.
Sky Drone joins Nvidia incubator program
The fact that Sky Drone joined the Nvidia incubator program seems to suggest the integration of Nvidia GPUs for Artificial Intelligence in future product offerings.
Typically, Sky Drone’s products are used in beyond-visual-line-of-sight (BVLOS) applications to assist with air traffic monitoring systems. Sky Drone will gain access to Nvidia’s hardware, developer forums, and training with Nvidia’s Deep Learning Institute as part of the incubator program.
“Leveraging NVIDIA AI processing combined with our collaboration with China Mobile HK on 5G connected drones, we are now ready to handle rapid AI processing of data coming from a drone in mid-air and reacting on it in real-time,” said Boris Boege, CEO of Sky Drone, according to Spatial Source. “This is a game-changer for truly useful connected drones flying BVLOS.”
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