IdeaForge Partners with Skylark Labs on drones

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Aviation Festival AFA 728 x 90IdeaForge Technology said it has partnered with Skylark Labs to integrate advanced proprietary self-evolving AI capabilities into its drones for public safety and security applications.

The collaboration aims to enhance public safety operations by integrating self-evolving AI technology on drones to autonomously detect and identify suspicious weapons, persons, vehicles, fires, and smoke in real-time. Leveraging Skylark Lab’s expertise in artificial intelligence, the drone-based solution will act as a force multiplier to enhance situational awareness for first responders and security personnel, enabling them to effectively ensure public safety and security in urban and rural areas.

“Our partnership with Skylark Labs signifies a pivotal step forward in our dedication to advancing public safety capabilities,” said Ankit Mehta, CEO of ideaForge Technology. “By integrating Skylark’s proprietary self-evolving AI capabilities into ideaForge’s drones, agencies will finally have the most advanced and powerful tools to enhance operational efficiency and effectiveness in maintaining public safety by rapidly identifying potential threats.”

The ideaForge/Skylark solution utilises ideaForge’s BlueFire Touch Ground Control Software, which ensures seamless delivery of real-time analytics without the necessity for cloud processing or internet connectivity, even in remote areas. The drone, combined with Skylark’s ARIES platform, can detect and identify suspicious items, persons and dangerous situations for enhanced monitoring capabilities.

The deployment of ideaForge/Skylark AI-integrated drones is a pivotal component of ideaForge’s comprehensive Public Safety solution, complementing flagship products to includeSWITCH UAV and NETRA V4 PRO UAV. These UAVs offer a suite of autonomous features, including advanced detection of weapons, suspicious persons and vehicles, as well as fires and smoke.

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