The internet of things is changing the landscape of the world we live in. By 2020, there will be 25 billion IoT devices around the world, $41 trillion will be spent on IoT infrastructure over the next 20 years, and this could add $10 to $15 trillion to the global GDP. All around the world business executives, industry leaders and technology companies are embracing this inevitability. Self-driving vehicles, smart cities and the pervasion of AI from factories to fridges, enterprises around the globe are rushing to lay the bricks of the 4th Industrial Revolution. For these billions of IoT devices to work together seamlessly and safely, they require coordination and connectivity.
This is where our Autonomy-as-a-Service software platform comes in, laying the cement for a strong foundation of a hyperconnected society.
The Unmanned Life platform provides AI driven Integrated Autonomous Services for Logistics, Telecommunications, Transport and others. Unmanned Life’s Autonomy-as-a-Service Architecture integrates drones of different types (aerial, ground, hybrid) and with a variety of capabilities to work together as robust autonomous fleets, in conjunction with other IoT devices and hardware, powering the deployment of Autonomy-as-a-Service over the cloud via a single, multi-device compatible user interface. It enables autonomous Industry 4.0 solutions to interface with business information systems and enterprise AI, as well as work both indoors and outdoors, with or without GPS, over Wi-Fi, 4G LTE or 5G.
According to TechTarget, ‘’Unmanned Life’s autonomous drones could be used for delivery from web-stores, retail phone orders and restaurant deliveries. Autonomous delivery drones could speed up the delivery, while reducing traffic and fuel consumption. Autonomous mail and shipping systems would speed up the delivery too, at the same time reducing dangerous work where injuries are common’’.
This deep tech and patent pending disruptive solution is achieving some world firsts, including the transatlantic deployment of a drone over a 5G connection, and the first ever demonstration of autonomous drones at the residence of the UK Prime Minister. It is currently addressing markets in Postal and Logistics, through: Autonomous Pop-Up Parcel Sorting, Autonomous Fleet-Based Last Mile Delivery and Autonomous Multi-Agent Inventory, and Telecommunications through: Autonomous drone cell solution, remote telecommunications deployment and ad-hoc on demand telecommunications deployment.
Areas that will emerge in the next few years include: infrastructure, surveillance, supply chain data centre automation, and building the factories of the future.
Big players across industries are jostling for a key vantage point for Industry4.0 and racing to bring out 5G. Our platform can help industries across the board enable the wireless revolution and build the autonomous economy.