Unmanned Traffic Management (UTM) company Aloft has launched a new version of its secure live streaming audio and video service, first introduced in 2017. Building on six years’ of experience, the company has rebuilt its offer to include new features:
Live-map interface: Live active streams with details about where the pilot is broadcasting.
Multi-view: Option to interact with up to four concurrent streams across your team and fleet.
Audio and video: Up to 50 viewers can participate in each stream with live, secure audio and video.
Sharable public links: Dynamic links to share live streams outside of the immediate Air Control team for increased situational awareness and collaboration.
Aloft first launched live, encrypted live audio and video streaming in November 2017 in collaboration with Shell Oil, which first used the secure live streaming for hurricane response and event overwatch. Since then, enterprises and public safety have streamed over 50 thousand hours of drone footage, ranging from innovative use cases like live training and traffic congestion analysis to mission-critical emergency response and live shooter scenarios, says Aloft.
Existing Aloft customers can access these new features now.
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