Israeli startup Airobotics, a provider of fully automated drones for industrial tasks such as inspection and security, has unveiled its first sensor payload to be developed and manufactured in-house.  The company says it has designed the compact, 1.2-kg (2.6-lb.) Trion high-definition electro-optical/infrared sensor to exceed the performance of competing payloads, with “unique” capabilities for object detection, real-time tracking and data harvesting. Airobotics’s ...


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