FlytBase Launches Flinks for Seamless Integration in Enterprise Drone Operations

FlytBase, a leading enterprise drone autonomy platform based in San Jose, , has announced the launch of Flinks (short for Links) to enable users to connect the FlytBase platform with various third-party applications and devices. Flinks serves as a unifying layer, allowing organizations to create end-to-end automated workflows and conduct fully autonomous, safe, and efficient drone operations.

Bridging the Gap in the Drone Ecosystem

Enterprise drone operations often require the coordination of multiple systems, which can be challenging due to the lack of integration between them. For example, conducting drone flights on one platform while visualizing other aircraft in the operating airspace on another can increase the risk of accidents, particularly during Beyond Visual Line of Sight () operations.

Moreover, the process of capturing drone data using one application and then manually transferring it to another for post-processing and analysis can be time-consuming and error-prone. Enterprises also utilize various internal applications, such as Computer-Aided Dispatch (CAD) systems, video management systems, or alarm systems, to monitor their operations and dispatch drones to specific locations for inspection purposes. The absence of seamless integration between these systems forces enterprises to rely on manual processes, leading to inefficient operations and compromised safety.

Nitin Gupta, founder & CEO of FlytBase, emphasizes the importance of Flinks in bridging the gap between the enterprise stack and drone operations.

“Flinks allows users to effortlessly connect the FlytBase platform with critical business systems such as alarm systems, video management, data processing, and more. By eliminating the need for complex, time-consuming manual interventions, Flinks enables enterprises to seamlessly incorporate autonomous drones into their existing operations.”

Flinks: Six Integration Types

Flinks includes six different integration types:

  1. Alarms: To integrate various alarm systems for drone response to incidents like motion sensors, fire alarms, and dispatch systems.
  2. Data Processing: To integrate data processing applications that help generate high-resolution maps, surface and 3D models, and reports tailored to specific applications.
  3. Live Streaming: To connect drone & dock video feeds with Video Management Systems (VMS) and other video storage or analytics applications for site security operations and incident response.
  4. Mission & Logs: To export detailed drone missions and data to apps that help manage resources, batteries, and flight logs.
  5. Detect & Avoid: To integrate third-party cooperative & uncooperative aircraft detection systems to ensure safety and compliance with airspace regulations.
  6. UTMs: To integrate uncrewed traffic management systems for real-time airspace awareness.

Expanding the Flinks Library and Partner Program

FlytBase is expanding its library of Flinks and inviting organizations developing software applications like Video Management Systems (VMS), drone data processing or analytics tools, or flight safety systems such as Unmanned Traffic Management (UTMs), Detect and Avoid (DAA), and parachute systems to seamlessly integrate with FlytBase through Flinks. By partnering with FlytBase, organizations gain access to FlytBase's extensive global network of , system integrators, and enterprise customers, thereby expanding their reach.

The introduction of Flinks by FlytBase is a significant step towards enabling seamless integration in enterprise drone operations. By connecting the FlytBase platform with various third-party applications and devices, Flinks allows organizations to create end-to-end automated workflows and conduct fully autonomous, safe, and efficient drone operations. As FlytBase continues to expand its library of Flinks and partner program, the future of enterprise drone operations looks promising, with increased efficiency, safety, and automation.

DroneXL's Take

The launch of Flinks by FlytBase is a game-changer for the , as it addresses the long-standing issue of fragmentation in the drone ecosystem. By enabling seamless integration between various systems and applications, Flinks paves the way for more efficient, safe, and automated drone operations. This development is particularly significant for enterprises looking to incorporate autonomous drones into their existing workflows, as it eliminates the need for manual interventions and streamlines the entire process.

As the drone industry continues to grow and evolve, initiatives like Flinks will play a crucial role in driving adoption and unlocking the full potential of across various sectors, such as security, inspections, and emergency response. With FlytBase leading the charge in enterprise drone autonomy, we can expect to see more innovative solutions and partnerships that will shape the future of the industry.

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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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