AnsuR wins prize again in European Satellite Navigation Competition 2016

AnsuR wins a prize again in European Satellite Navigation Competition 2016 Birdeye from AnsuR is this year’s winner of the Norwegian part of the European Satellite Navigation Competition ESNC.

October 25 2016, the local winners gathered in Madrid where one of them wins the main prize of 10 000 euros. The local price, which AnsuR now has won, includes a two-month stay for two people at the Nordic Innovation House in Silicon Valley.

ESNC is established to focus on developing new services for Europe’s satellite navigation system Galileo.

BirdEye is a novel geo-networking concept. It can specifically be used for small drones (25 kg) combining communication using satellite and terrestrial communications. Combinations will depend on the location and height of the UAV.

BirdEye Networking will at select use of network at various locations for providing optimal performance. The solution also covers live flight and pilot mapping as well as a lighter communication version via a satellite certified smartphone App connected to smaller drones.

About Birdeye
The network is used for transmitting images and streaming data and video in a quality and coding customized geo-location and network conditions. The use of satellite navigation provides position which is essential for the correct network when selected. The correct network learned after the first flight, and conditions will be remembered for the next flight. Coverage Map maintained on a central server and dynamically updated through lessons from previous flights. Examples of use are border controls and surveillance of critical infrastructure. Birdeye includes tracking drone in map and offers dynamic updating of virtual fencing (geo-fencing) and communication with the drone pilot.

For more information contact:

Dr. Harald  Skinnemoen
Founder, Managing Director and Chairman AnsuR Technologies
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