We’ve taken our patented boom-arm clamp technology and made several improvements. Our new upswept clamps are fully optimized for weight and strength. In addition, our new boom-arms feature our new “wave-lock” connection system. This new system gives you the peace
Dr. Orest Pilskalns, Founder and CEO of Skyfish, had the opportunity to sit down one-on-one with Juan Plaza, an author for the Commercial UAV Expo in Las Vegas earlier last week. Skynode, the application-specific onboard microcomputer, was a major highlight
Unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) technology developer Skyfish today introduced the company’s computing platform for commercial drones that fully automates crucial infrastructure inspection and measurement tasks for the first time, giving drone service, communication infrastructure, and energy providers unrivaled performance and
Skyefish technology was used to model the historic Eastern Pennsylvania prison. Skyefish worked closely with an engineering firm to get a state of the art model of the entire prison complex. The model is accurate to 16th of an inch
Have a look at some of the photos from a tower inspection we did in Asia last week. Stay tuned to view some video including FLIR footage captured during our inspection.
Skyefish had the pleasure of working with Cedarville Engineering Group on one of their projects. Have a look at the video below which shows Cedarville unboxing their new Skyefish M4 UAV as well as their first flight. Cedarville Engineering –
Here at Skyefish we take pride in manufacturing the parts that make up the Skyefish M4 Industrial UAV ourselves. We machine the custom components for the M4 right here in the USA. Pictured above is our patented clamping technology which
The Skyefish team is currently working on integrating our gimbal with our flight controller. This new gimbal features encoded motors which will provide greater accuracy when you need the gimbal and camera to focus on specific points of interest.
Over the past several months we’ve been working with the Univeristy of Montana’s DroneFire team to develop a platform they could use for multiple research tasks. One of these tasks includes collecting data over burned timber areas. This data will