Our activities in the month of September

The hard work had paid off and it was time for some celebration before we stepped into another exciting month.

Our activities in the month of September

“Hard work Always pays off! – Sweat now Shine Later! – You do the work, you get rewarded! » 

These are some of the quotes we’re all familiar with. But we experienced the true meaning behind these in the last month. One good news to the other traveled from across many different geographies in Europe as we were seen in action from delivering successful demonstrations to attending events and receiving awards. Everyone was now starting to fully comprehend the power of our technology and why not? After all,  Unmanned Life is changing the way robots are being deployed by providing seamless orchestration of autonomous robotics with its Autonomy-as-a-Service software platform. 

The month of September started off with a bang and every single person from our Management to Tech team, Products to Marketing team was found involved in delivering their share for a smooth execution of the projects. For some, this running was quite literal as they took back-to-back flights and trains to get to different locations for different projects. Thankfully, the month ended with an exhilarated sense of achievement and a calming sense of satisfaction. The hard work had paid off and it was time for some celebration before we stepped into another exciting month. 

Continue reading for more details below. 

GOF 2.0 trials in Helsinki, Estonia and Finland

Unmanned Life is proud to be a part of a project that is bringing together manned operations and unmanned vehicles in the same space, promising a safe, secure, and reliable integration. The first wave of trials for GOF 2.0 started on the 2nd of September in Tartu and spread across Tallini, Helsinki and intercity flights.  

The purpose of these trials was to demonstrate the implementation of UAM and other commercial drone operations into ATM Airspace without compromising safety, security or disrupting current airspace operation and they were nothing short of a spectacular event. 

Autonomous Search and Rescue trials in the city of Vienna 
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After months of hard work and determination, Unmanned Life and its team delivered a successful trial in the City of Vienna alongside Magenta TelekomAustro Control, the City of Vienna and their Fire Departement. This demonstration highlighted our Autonomous Emergency Search and Rescue solution and the many ways it can be useful for first responders.  

This has been the showstopper for our company as it spread a greater awareness of our product and put us in the spotlight.  With increased emergency and incident rates the need to support our first responders is NOW, more than ever. And it brings us a great sense of achievement that we are playing our part in making a more efficient, productive and cost-effective emergency solution that will enable optimised responses to many more global concerns and crisis. 

“We can all be very proud of what we have achieved so far as this is the result of our hard work and persistence, but at the same time we need to keep moving and looking forward as we are already preparing the next deliverables. We need to keep pushing boundaries, keep innovating and keep working together as ONE team”. Kim Clement, CTO of Unmanned Life. 

Speaking slot at Must High Tech Expo
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MUST is the B2B Matchmaking platform where our CEO Nicholas Zylberglajt had the opportunity to speak at the «Smart Transportation & Logistics» online conference. 

Nicholas talked about the development of industrial automation and the need to optimize the production of efficiency of a factory through intelligent management. He further elaborated the many different use cases by Unmanned Life and their benefits in making a more efficient transportation and logistics solution like autonomous inventory management and parcel sortation to name a few. 

Pitch at Dresden Robotics Festival

Unmanned LifeUnmanned Life was selected as one of the top 30 start-ups pitching at one of the most important robotics festivals of the world. On the 16th of September our CEO Nicholas Zylberglajt delivered a pitch at Dresden Robotics Festival

Nicholas highlighted the scope and vision of our company, and how our partnership model makes us stronger. He stressed on the importance of partnership and talked about the many benefits of 5G in enabling an autonomous future.  

Pitch at Wayra Spain investors day
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Wayra organized a Wayra Investors Day to present the start-ups of their portfolio to +60 VC’s and reunite the 5G start-up ecosystem in Barcelona, in the first big event after the pandemic. Unmanned was also a part of this event and our Vice President for Business and Marketing Jorge Muñoz delivered a pitch in front of investors.  

Jorge focused on our strong partnership model and the importance of being supported by innovation Hubs such as Wayra in order to be connected and learn from each other to grow.  

Pitch at GVC Connect

The corporate panellists were impressed by our team and invited us to present on September 20th at the GCV Connect Pitch Event and Roundtable Powered by Proseeder.  

VP for Business and Marketing, Jorge Muñoz delivered an impactful speech about our company and its technology. The focus of the presentation was how 5G enhances our technology and will help us scale it up at an industrial level. Jorge highlighted the growing need of change in connectivity and the many benefits and uses of 5G network for building an autonomous future. 

Stand at Connected Britain event

Unmanned Life is also proud to have been a part of  Connected Britain which has solidified itself as the UK’s number 1 event to understand the technology, regulation and investment environment for the rollout of next generation broadband, as well as to meet with all the leaders in the space.   

Our Business Analyst, Dominic Morris was present at the event on the 22nd-23rd September to show the tangible benefits of 5G through our platform, informing investors and high-level individuals within the environment of the benefits of 5G for autonomy. 

«I loved meeting those involved in the 5G ecosystem throughout the week. Hearing the perspective of industry leaders provides key insights in the way the market is evolving” says Dominic Morris, Business Analyst at Unmanned Life. 

«5G Technology and Edge Computing» award at Clash of the 5G start-ups
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On the 22nd of September Nicholas Zylberglajt, CEO of Unmanned Life was invited to take part in Clash of the 5G start-ups at Excel, London.  

Nicholas talked about the vision and scope of Unmanned Life and the many different autonomous applications that our solution can be useful for. He emphasised the need of a reliable and robust network like 5G and how 5G enabled robots can optimise the real-time resource techniques, enabling the execution of energy-sufficient and advanced missions in the future.  

One more achievement rolled under our umbrella as Unmanned Life won the “5G Technology and Edge” award the very same day. Nicholas dedicated that award to his team and their dedication and hard work.  

“This is a huge recognition to the amazing work you do every day, every hour, and the passion upon which you are building this company.” says Nicholas Zylberglajt CEO of Unmanned Life.

Pitch for Politecnico Di Milano

The observatory of  Politecnico  di Milano is carrying out research about the most innovative 5G start-ups and we feel proud that Our CEO, Nicholas Zylberglajt was invited to do an online speech for the observatory of Politecnico di Milano on the 29th of September. 

Nicholas talked about Unmanned Life’s solution and the value it brings to 5G ecosystem. He also shared his thoughts on how great it has been to broaden the application of 5G and look at the benefits of 5G with a wider lens.  

Stay tuned for many more exciting months ahead! 

About Unmanned Life : Unmanned Life is changing the way robots are being deployed by providing seamless orchestration of autonomous robotics with its Autonomy-as-a-Service software platform. Unmanned Life integrates different technologies. Such as AI, 5G, and Edge computing with multiple robots, like drones and / or autonomous mobile robots (AMRs) and a variety of capabilities to enable autonomous robotics operations across multiple industries in particular, Industry 4.0 and Smart Cities.

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