Recently, a video of a dog operating a drone went viral on the Internet, where the dog, Kody, touched the display screen, and the drone took off. The company said it was the first time that a drone was operated by a dog. The company said it was the first time that a drone was operated by a dog.
After the UAV took off, Kody, the “operator”, lay on the spot and played, because its task had been completed, and the rest was left to the UAV.
This interesting video reveals the rapid development of unmanned aerial vehicle autonomous driving.
At present, most unmanned aerial vehicles are controlled by people. More sophisticated unmanned aerial vehicles can fly according to the predetermined route, realize autonomous takeoff and landing and pass through specific GPS navigation points along the way, at the same time, the built-in sonar is used to avoid obstacles.
This new UAV has greatly improved its autonomy and can fly autonomously in complex environments such as mines. There is no map and GPS, nor can it communicate with the outside world. The UAV must find its way back by itself. All this is attributed to the intelligent control system — ExynAI.
ExynAI is the world’s first industrial-level autonomous software system in the field of unmanned aerial vehicles. It has the characteristics of unmanned control, no contact with base stations, and no dependence on GPS navigation.
Users can use the graphical touch interface to issue commands, which allows users to specify advanced behaviors, such as “explore that area 』. After receiving the command, the system splits it into several subtasks to complete it.