For civilians and field workers using Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), what3words is a simpler destination input that is far less error-prone than using GPS coordinates to identify a landing site, delivery drop or waypoint.
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Building an autonomous future with what3words and Dronesmith Technologies
Technology is advancing at an incredible pace with individual innovators and developers playing an essential role in this process. Often, a breakthrough idea within a niche market…
Accessible drone delivery with what3words and Hylio
In today’s “always-on” world, customers increasingly expect their purchases to reach them quickly and conveniently. Drone delivery is poised to shake up the on-demand delivery space, allowing…
Copter Express builds and distributes delivery drones, and the software to manage flight routes. Using drones enables fast and precise deliveries, increasing efficiency. With what3words integrated into the Copter Express software, users can now send a drone to any location without the complexity of using GPS coordinates.
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UAVenture develops leading edge flight control software for the next generation of UAVs. They support a range of drone aircraft, used for mapping and land surveys, filming and surveillance, and drone delivery.
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Overscout connects approved commercial drone operators to enterprises who need their services. The platform has now integrated what3words, allowing waypoints, landing zones, and areas of operation for each drone mission to be input as 3 word addresses. The result is a more efficient, flexible and user-friendly experience with fewer errors.
Overscout is available for Web
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