Hoverfly in the Air at DSEI Last Week With New Partnership

Hoverfly at DSEI

At DSEI last week, Hoverfly's LiveSky tether-powered UAS was in the air as the EO/IR sensor as part Drumgrange LTD's Integrated Shared Situational Awareness Solution, installed on a Polaris DAGOR A1 ultra-light tactical vehicle.  Visitors to the Drumgrange stand S2-225 at DSEI were treated to the unique mobile ISR and communication capability.

LiveSky video was available over the Silvus Technologies StreamCaster Tactical MIMO network and displayed on the MilDef DS rugged tablet, installed in the DAGOR.

The LiveSky T-UAS works on-the-move from the DAGOR and delivers long-range secure HD video and thermal video streams for force protection and ISR. 360-degree video streams are available in the DAGOR and over the Silvus MIMO network, as part of Drumgrange’s integrated cross-domain solution.

“The amount of international interest in LiveSky is not surprising, as defense and border forces look for alternatives to fixed towers and logistically impaired aerostats. We hosted numerous MOD and other delegations at the Drumgrange DSEI stand," according to Rob Topping, Hoverfly CEO. "I think the word is out on our new U.S. contracts, as customer deliveries ramp-up and new customers come on-line to incorporate LiveSky into their manned and unmanned solutions,” he said.

Government entities in the EU and Africa who are interested in LiveSky should contact Drumgrange LTD in the U.K. or BSS Holland BV in The Netherlands for more information.

Source: Hoverfly Technologies, Inc.