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Vtrus launches drones to inspect and protect your warehouses and factories

By | Artificial Intelligence, Battlefield, Disrupt, disrupt sf 2018, Gadgets, Hardware, Robotics, Startup Battlefield Disrupt SF 2018, Startups, TC, vtrus

Knowing what’s going on in your warehouses and facilities is of course critical to many industries, but regular inspections take time, money, and personnel. Why not use drones? Vtrus uses computer vision to let a compact drone not just safely navigate indoor environments but create detailed 3D maps of them for inspectors and workers to consult, autonomously and in real time.

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PoLTE lets you track devices using LTE signal

By | Battlefield, Developer, Disrupt, disrupt sf, disrupt sf 2018, Enterprise, Gadgets, PoLTE, Startups

Meet PoLTE, a Dallas-based startup that wants to make location-tracking more efficient. Thanks to PoLTE’s software solution, logistics and shipment companies can much more easily track packages and goods. The startup is participating in TechCrunch’s Startup Battlefield at Disrupt SF. If you want to use a connected device to track a package, you currently need […]

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Let’s talk about commercial drones at TechCrunch Disrupt Berlin

By | Clément Christomanos, Disrupt, disrupt berlin, Disrupt Berlin 2017, Europe, Events, Gadgets, henri seydoux, James Harrison, Parrot, sky-futures, Startups, TC, Uavia

 Everyone loves drones, including companies with very specific needs. Drones once were the hot new thing and the perfect birthday gift. But drone makers are now realizing that there’s a bigger opportunity with commercial use cases, from farming to inspection. That’s why we’re excited to announce that three founders of three amazing companies in the drone industry will join us… Read More

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Parrot’s Henri Seydoux comes to Disrupt to talk about commercial drones

By | Disrupt, disrupt berlin, Disrupt Berlin 2017, drone, Gadgets, henri seydoux, Parrot, TC

 Henri Seydoux first founded Parrot in 1994. But the company has drastically evolved over time and managed to remain relevant more than 20 years later. Less than ten years ago, Parrot started working on consumer drones. And now, the company is in the middle of another shift as it focuses more than ever on commercial drone use cases. That’s why we’re excited to announce that… Read More

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