Drone Aviation Corp (DAC) was formed with a vision to take manufacturing and flight operations to the next level by ‘upping the ante’ and combining multiple factors such as engineering, human-factors-based design, software, and safety systems to deliver reliable, easy to deploy systems. The company envisions drone technology as a mainstream feature of every civilian’s life, leveraging the sophistication of manned aircraft systems and scaling it down to routine surveillance operations, completely unmanned.
DAC’s approach to unmanned flight operations is, Taming Altitude, a solution that specializes in the design, development, and operations of unmanned vehicles.
We are venturing to enhance the safety and flight capabilities of current and upcoming drone models as drone applications are on the verge of becoming a mainstream functionality
Achieving lift by inflating a balloon with a buoyant gas is an age-old technology with futuristic capabilities; DAC’s WASP (Winch Aerostat Small Platform) is the working evidence of the concept. WASP utilizes the aerostat principle to lift network payloads to a convenient altitude and achieve wireless connectivity. The apparatus extends a standoff-field to facilitate detection and communication while being flexible enough for intelligent surveillance, reconnaissance missions, and modular launch applications. WASP has been an active participant in the military’s Network Integration Experiment (NIE) and has been credited as one of the many equipments that can host the Warfighter.
SKY IS THE LIMIT
DJI drone enthusiasts are always on their toes, waiting to get their hands on the latest and greatest flight equipment available; adding to their excitement, DAC introduced their automated Smart Winch Tethering system for DJI Inspire drones to deliver enhanced flight time with uninterrupted power supply tethered from the ground. In one of the recent press events, Jay Nussbaum, Chairman, and CEO of DAC, had this to say, “Collaborating the world’s largest commercial drone manufacturer, DJI, we are venturing to enhance the safety and flight capabilities of current and upcoming drone models as drone applications are on the verge of becoming a mainstream functionality.”
The DJI collaboration is just one of the many accomplishments of DAC; the company has been a recurring activist in supporting disaster recovery initiatives, relief programs, and awareness campaigns. DAC has joined hands with the military in deploying infrastructure protection, force protection programs and extended communication systems in need of the hour. The company aspires to strengthen their strategic partnerships to foster greater innovations benefiting mankind.