A tactical aerial drone system that enables any operator to perform surgical precision pick & drop delicate tasks. The Wolverine utilizes sensor fusion and machine learning technologies to empower the operator with superior situational awareness and understanding, allowing better tactical decision-making, on the fly, away from harm’s way. The versatile system is small, lightweight and rugged, and requires minimal training and low maintenance.
The wearable light system and a single hand controller enable operators to perform complex tasks without physical risk. It allows the capability to perform complex tasks such as surveying enemy territory at ground level or inside dangerous and hard-to-reach indoor environments using various payloads.
The Wolverine can carry multi-use payloads to support tactical missions such as EOD, placing objects in desired points of interest, and more. The system allows warfighters to deal with critical real-time events, extend their operational arm, get real-time visuals and perform surgical precision pick & drop tasks in any situation where precision & versatility are paramount.
The operating system currently supports four operational proprietary products that are put to daily use by our valued customers around the globe.
This capability results in resilient operations against VEO and peer threats and more time in the air for accomplishing the system’s primary purpose.
The system creates a Visual and Aural experience that allows operators to immerse themselves in the remote environment and enables aerial dominance concerning both operator experience and mission planning.
The Wolverine does not need complex control interfaces or a need to physically understand drones. The operator can move in space as he is looking at the point of interest. The platform is accurate in any environment and under any condition using AI/ML Sensor Fusion.
This means that any operator can move accurately without any experience needed to perform multiple practical objectives. On top of that, the system enables precise interaction with objects in (remote) reality.
You can see as if you are physically there in the remote environment, using a low-latency VR video stream.