Driving aerial excellence

Crafting Tomorrow’s Drone Ecosystem Today

At Skyy Network, we thrive on the frontier of aerial technology, fostering a drone ecosystem that is robust, scalable, and tailored to meet the diverse needs of modern commerce and defence.

With a unique blend of hardware and software innovation coupled with extensive aviation expertise, we delve into the realms of autonomous flight, aerial logistics, and drone-aided operations, paving the way for a new era of aerial capabilities. Our technological background sheds light on how we maneuver through the complex drone landscape to deliver bespoke solutions.

Quantitative Risk Management and Air Traffic Management

Mastering the skies entails a comprehensive understanding and management of aerial and ground- based risks. Our automated air risk management kit aims to assimilate historical manned aviation traffic data to deduce encounter probabilities for drone flights. This blend of operational and Unmanned Traffic Management (UTM) expertise ensures our drones sail smoothly through regulatory frameworks, maintaining a safe and compliant operational footprint.

Understanding Air Risk

Navigating the complexities of modern airspace goes beyond the traditional Detect and Avoid (DAA) systems. Such systems, reliant on sensory perception, fall short under the Specific Operational Risk Assessment (SORA) framework enforced by the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA). In the bustling airspaces over cities, near airports, or along lengthy routes, a strategic approach is necessary to reduce air risk to manageable levels. SORA’s approach can sometimes categorize drone operations as too risky, ignoring the reality that there are often low-risk areas that are ideal for drone use. By applying quantitative risk modeling, which utilizes data, we sidestep subjective judgment, offering clear, data-backed risk evaluations. This objective method is favored by Civil Aviation Authorities as data provides an honest, transparent view of risks, paving the way for safer drone operations.

Solving Air Risk

Deciphering air risk requires making choices: do we use encounter rate or collision risk models? Should we rely on ADS-B or FLARM data? Are flights on Saturdays less risky than Fridays? The analysis can get intricate, but convincing regulators to approve a ‘high-risk’ flight shouldn’t feel like an unsolvable puzzle. We’ve streamlined the process by sifting and refining the data and transforming it into actionable insights. Our approach is grounded in research, and our proprietary risk models have a proven track record with EASA Civil Aviation Authorities. We simplify the complex so you can focus on flying.

Unmanned Traffic Management

At Skyy Network, our Unmanned Traffic Management (UTM) systems exemplify our commitment to integrating safety with strategic operations within the evolving drone ecosystem. Leveraging our quantitative risk modeling, our UTM expertise enhances services, including everything from detailed mission planning to strategic deconfliction, ensuring safe, efficient flight paths from the moment of takeoff.

In-flight, our systems offer risk-based collision warnings and facilitate dynamic re-routing to alternative paths based on real-time air risk assessments, maintaining the highest standards of safety and compliance. This fusion of data-driven analysis with operational acumen positions us at the forefront of secure, sophisticated unmanned aerial navigation.

Autonomous Navigation and Control Systems

Navigating the complex skies requires a blend of cutting-edge autonomous navigation and control systems. Our collaboration with Macquarie University on developing complex-terrain precision-land technology showcases our pursuit of evolving drone autonomy. Harnessing Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, we’re at the cusp of enabling drones with autonomous decision-making capabilities for safer and more precise operations.

Systems Engineering

The Skyy Command-and-Control software, along with LTE and satellite-based navigation systems, represents our finesse in managing drone operations from the ground up. The ability to switch between LTE and satellite communication based on operational needs ensures seamless communication and control, providing an unrivaled level of operational excellence to our clients.

Market-aligned technological advancements

Skyy Network's Drone Industry Innovations

At Skyy Network, we’re at the forefront of harnessing the latest drone technology to provide advanced, market-aligned solutions for our clients. Our focus spans across enhancing autonomous operations, boosting payload capacities, and ensuring robust performance across diverse operational terrains. We’re leading the way in making drone technology more sophisticated, affordable, and versatile.

Military Operations

In the realm of military operations, the importance of drones, especially for ISR (Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance) missions, cannot be overstated. The global military drone market is set to rise from USD 12.55 billion in 2022 to USD 35.60 billion by 2030. We’re developing cutting-edge drone solutions tailored for ISR, meeting the evolving demands of modern military strategies.

Drone Logistics & Transportation

The drone logistics and transportation sector is booming, expected to grow from USD 0.85 billion in 2022 to USD 19.09 billion by 2032. Skyy Network is strategically positioned to capitalize on this growth, offering innovative drone-based logistics solutions that promise enhanced efficiency and innovation.

Drone Delivery in Commerce

Drone delivery is transforming modern commerce, and Skyy Network is paving the way for an efficient, safe, and scalable drone delivery system. Our efforts align with the market’s enthusiasm for this innovative aerial logistics solution.

Explore the horizons of what’s possible in the drone economy with Skyy Network. Reach out to us to understand how our technological expertise can catapult your operational capabilities into the aerial frontier. Our team of seasoned experts is ready to navigate with you through the intricate drone landscape toward success