HEISHA DNEST2 redefines autonomous drones
Although they are also called unmanned aerial vehicles, drones must be operated by a professional pilot. HEISHA is aiming at to achieve truly unmanned smart flight, and, with this goal in mind, released DNEST1 at the end of 2020.
Following the release, HEISHA took into consideration the feedback received from its users, and, after much effort to upgrade the system, rolled out HEISHA DNEST2. The system is a perfect tool for drone service providers, whose fleet may include commercial drones from multiple manufacturers. For operators using different drones for a variety of applications on a job site, the DNEST2 provides a universal solution.
Users who are not pilots or have no knowledge of flying a drone can now operate a drone easily. The DNEST2 will be an easier option for users who need to remotely inspect owned land, an estate, a ranch, a fishery, a factory, or...