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Read this case study about how GXO Logistics is using Air + Ground Security Robotics
Automated Security Drone Infrastructure
Purpose-built security drones with a patented battery swap system. Respond faster and autonomously maximize your uptime.
Plus, we provide the on-site safety pilots for you. That’s standard for us.
With multiple BVLOS waivers under our belt, we provide a pathway to full automation and zero on-site pilots for multi-year customers.
Leverage the Best in Robotics
Boston Dynamics has created the most advanced Q-UGV on the planet. The Spot platform is vetted and trusted by Asylon engineers.
We built the the PupPack and the DogHouse to enable Spot for security missions. Low-latency teleoperation and automated charging at scale is a world-first for the world-best robot.
Better Intelligence, Safely Received
Our security drones and robots have a 20x optical zoom with daytime/nighttime cameras. From the safety of a SOC, command a drone or robot to safely place a camera anywhere you need it.
Investigate what you want, when you want.
Trained Operators Ready 24/7/365
We’ve built out a 24/7/365 Robotic Security Operations Center (RSOC) so you can leverage security robotics immediately.
Trained analysts operate Air + Ground security robotics for real-time site intelligence and post-incident video investigations.
The leveraging of aerial and/or ground robotics as part of formal perimeter security operations. Robotic perimeter security includes a central command station and involves security robots for automated response protocols, pre-programmed patrol missions, and/or manual mission setting.
Robotics are ideal for the three Ds: Dull, Dirty and Dangerous tasks. Security robotics focuses on supporting the Dull and the Dangerous missions. Leveraging this type of technology for the Dull means upskilling opportunities and higher-paid jobs. For the Dangerous missions, using robotics to respond means a human is safely protected within a security operations center and can make sound, rational decisions as they provide intelligence about the situation. With more intelligence, first responders can more safely respond and personnel can evacuate safer (if needed). Security robotics are empowering officers and helping to create the security workforce of the future.
As of May 2023, Asylon has completed more than 50,000 robotic security missions for our customers.
3D ground radars, electric smart fences, Bosch alarm panels, gun detection computer vision systems, Genetec, among others. For a complete list, please reach out to us to learn more. New integrations can be requested added into the DroneCore platform.
Basic operation of the air and ground robotic assets can be trained in minutes. The DroneIQ software is designed to be extremely easy to use.
Our on-site safety pilots and Robotic Security Operations Center Analysts go through a defined training program before deployments. Interested parties can always apply through our Careers page.
What has Asylon done when it comes to regulations and certifications for its unmanned aerial system (UAS)?
First and foremost, Asylon has received multiple beyond-visual-line-of-sight (BVLOS) waivers. One of these waiver types has only been issued 5 times in history and enables Operations Over People (OOP), Operations Over Moving Vehicles (OOMV), and Nighttime Operations while designating the Robotic Security Operations Center (RSOC) Analyst as the Remote Pilot In Command (RPIC)
Our founding team includes a number of MIT grads from the aerospace industry. Regulations, compliance, and standards are a key focal point for the company. Asylon is fully Compliant with NDAA FY2020 Section 848 and Executive Order 13981, holds an Army Airworthiness Certificate, is FAA Part 107.29 approved, and is the only automated system approved to operate at a major U.S. airport (MEM) as part of the FAA BEYOND program. Our unmanned aerial system (UAS) is the first U.S. made platform to be ASTM parachute certified. Earlier in 2021, we brought former FAA Administrator Dan Elwell onto our advisory board as we continue to work closely with the FAA and push the technological limits of UAS.