Autel Robotics Unveils EVO Max Series and Innovative Air-Ground Solutions

On April 26th, introduced their latest EVO Max series and groundbreaking air-ground integrated solutions at the Global Partner Summit and Air-Ground Integrated Solution Conference in Huizhou, .


These advanced eco-products, including rotor-drone nests and nests, offer customers in various industries “reliable, intelligent, clustered, and collaborative” mobile platforms.

Autel Robotics Chairman Li Hongjing emphasized the company's commitment to understanding user needs, providing digital solutions based on mobile platforms, and continuous innovation since its inception nine years ago.

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Utilizing fixed-wing and multi-rotor drones, as well as ecological products, the company aims to create a digital future for the through image transmission technology and cloud services, applying their expertise to the “Edge-End-Cloud” system across security, inspection, and surveying sectors.

The conference featured three main segments:

  1. EVO Max Series Launch: The EVO Max series includes the EVO Max 4T and EVO Max 4N drones, which use Autel Autonomy autonomous flight technology. These drones collect real-time environmental data during flight, enabling global path planning, 3D scene reconstruction, and autonomous obstacle avoidance. This technology empowers industries such as security, inspection, and surveying.
  2. Ecological Product Unveiling: Several eco-products were introduced, including the Autel Mapper, Autel Multi-rotor Aircraft Nest, Autel Dragonfish Aircraft Nest, Autel Dragonfish Repeater, and Autel Smart Antenna Transmission (ASAT). These software and hardware solutions support industries like security, surveying, patrol inspection, and emergency management.
  3. Industry Solutions Proposal: Autel Robotics' air-ground integrated solution revolves around four key features: digital, collaboration, intelligence, and cluster. This approach uses innovative technology to expand drone operating space and deliver a more efficient experience for customers in various industries.

Autel Robotics aims to create a comprehensive air-ground solution that leverages the command center, ground-end equipment, drones, and communication satellites. This plan covers a wide airspace, providing 7×24 daily patrols with the aircraft nest as the central point. The company's complete chain of command, supported by various drones and the A-Mesh network, ensures teammate position awareness, target marker sharing, text and voice communication, and satellite communication when necessary, resulting in a safe, accurate, and efficient process for task reconnaissance, search, identification, tracking, transportation, strike, and rescue.

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Haye Kesteloo
Haye Kesteloo

Haye Kesteloo is the Editor in Chief and Founder of, where he covers all drone-related news, DJI rumors and writes drone reviews, and, for all news related to electric vehicles. He is also a co-host of the PiXL Drone Show on YouTube and other podcast platforms. Haye can be reached at haye @ or @hayekesteloo.

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