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How Augmented Reality Heads-Up Displays Are Transforming First Response
We’ve released a new white paper exploring the use of augmented reality (AR) technology in industrial drones can assist first responders in emergency situations.
This white paper will explore how augmented reality can be used to help drone pilots assist in search and rescue operations, firefighting and law enforcement, making hazardous tasks faster, safer and more efficient.
We give drone pilots superpowers with augmented reality!
AirHUD™ is a software that connects a standard drone smart controller to an off-the-shelf AR/VR headset (like Microsoft HoloLens 2, Magic Leap 2 or MetaQuest 3/Pro). It is the first real Heads-Up Display for drone pilots.
With AirHUD™ drone pilots can see their drones even in low light, behind obstacles or flying beyond visual line of sight. Instead of crowded information in the small controller, AirHUD™ provides data where it’s relevant. This raises situational awareness to totally new levels, increasing efficiency and safety of operations. AirHUD™ also allows pilot training indoors or outdoors with a simulated drone never mind the weather.
No wonder AirHUD™ is trusted even by police forces, whose operational efficiency can be a matter of life and death.