Automating the Future of Drone Technology with Intel and DELAIR ‘ Commercial UAV Expo 2018


As drones become more efficient, and the amount of data able to be captured by drones increases exponentially,

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As drones become more efficient, and the amount of data able to be captured by drones increases exponentially, the need for automated analysis solutions has become a primary concern for operators and organizations. Two years ago, to meet these expectations, DELAIR partnered with Intel to develop the Intel Insight Platform. Last month, DELAIR announced a key investment from Intel to continue to push the development of AI-powered data analytics software even further.

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  • Publisher: Commercial UAV News
  • Date: 2018-10-04T02:36:55+00:00
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  • Publisher: WSJ
  • Date: 2018-09-11T15:10:00.000Z
  • Author: Natasha Khan
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