DEEP AERO: AI DRIVEN DRONE ECONOMY ON THE BLOCKCHAIN
About DEEPAERODEEP AERO is a global leader in drone technology innovation. At DEEP AERO, we are building an autonomous drone economy powered by AI & Blockchain.DEEP AERO’s DRONE-UTM is an AI-driven, autonomous, self-governing, intelligent drone/unmanned aircraft system (UAS) traffic management (UTM) platform on the Blockchain.DEEP AERO’s DRONE-MP is a decentralized marketplace. It will be one stop shop for all products and services for drones.These platforms will be the foundation of the drone economy and will be powered by the DEEP AERO (DRONE) token.VisionAt DEEP AERO, we are building an autonomous drone economy powered by AI & Blockchain. We will completely change the urban transportation system by bringing on demand aviation and cargo delivery at your fingertips.
DEEP AERO UTMDecentralized, intelligent, self-aware, autonomous drone traffic management platform DEEP AERO Passenger & Cargo DronesVertical Take-off and Landing (VTOL) aircrafts transporting people and goods running on DEEP AERO UTM
DEEP AERO Drone Market PlaceDecentralized market place for Drone related products and services
Drone Use Cases
- Aerial Survey
- Package Delivery
- Aerial Transportation
- Photography and film making
- Pinpoint pesticide delivery
- Forest fire fighting assistance
- Traffic monitoring
- Underground sewer,power, utility, maintenance and safety inspection
- Hign-rise commercial building maintenance and saftey inspecton
- Security and surveillance
- Pipeline survey, security. management and maintenance
- Crowd control/management
- Livestock/range management
- Power line maintenance and safety inspection
- Wind turbine maintenance and safety inspection
- Wildlife conservation
Amazon Prime Air and Google’s Project Wing are looking forward to make drone delivery a reality. Despite all the rules, regulations and restrictions drone start-ups are multiplying in numbers. Well, U.K. is a step ahead of the U.S. in drone regulation. On the other hand, Amazon is also looking forward to roll out drone delivery in Great Britain.
Furthermore, airlines and oil rigs use drones in inspecting the hard equipments. FAA has issued certain rules to govern the use of drones. The drone innovation is already pushing the envelope well beyond the operations envisioned in the FAA rules.
Sooner or later, drones could become the secret weapon that gives local businesses a chance to compete against the speedy delivery of online giants like Amazon and Walmart.
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