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Sky Drone joins NVIDIA inception programme to enhance connectivity with the help of artificial intelligence

Hong Kong drone connectivity company Sky Drone has joined the NVIDIA Inception programme to enhance connectivity for drone operations using Artificial Intelligence (AI). The programme provides support such as training through the NVIDIA Deep Learning institute, access to developer forums and hardware.

Sky Drone specializes in drone connectivity technology and provides 4G/LTE connection devices for drones. Its recent partnership with Germany’s Droniq (joint venture of German Air Traffic control and Deutsche Telekom) is proof of the importance of connected drones in the public airspace – especially when they are flying beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS). Upgrading that connectivity technology to 5G and using AI to process data in real-time, brings new possibilities to the world of connected drones, says Sky Drone.

NVIDIA Inception is designed to help start-ups during critical stages of product development, prototyping and deployment. Every Inception member gets a custom set of ongoing benefits, such as marketing support and technology assistance, which provides start-ups with the fundamental tools to help them grow.

Sky Drone was established in 2012 as the UAV division of Skylab Mobilesystems Ltd. to create real-time communication technology for drones. The Sky Drone FPV 3, Link 3 and 4G/LTE products provide a bi-directional low latency data link for command & control as well as a real-time Full-HD video link to a ground control station.

For more information visit:

www.skydrone.aero

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