Airgility's drones are designed to travel where no other machines can.
Its unmanned aerial systems can fly anywhere, including areas where there is limited or no GPS access. This enables the drones to conduct critical missions such as search & rescue operations, border protection, and medical supply delivery.
Airgility’s drones use Artificial Intelligence and machine learning to perceive their surroundings. They can map areas, track objects, and provide analytical feedback in real-time.
In the last two years, Airgility’s drones have completed five successful deployments with the Department of Homeland Security. The company has been awarded a grant from the National Science Foundation and been issued a patent for its drones.