Mobilicom has recently won a 1.2 Million USD grant to develop a Game-Changing technology using AI to mitigate the risk of cyberattacks in Drones & Robotics
AUVSI XPONENTIAL 2019, Chicago, Booth 4108
[April 2019]: Mobilicom Ltd., a global mission-critical-communications solution provider, will present its SkyHopper end-to-end solutions for smart drones and robotics at the AUVSI XPONENTIAL exhibition in Chicago. SkyHopper brings all the key components that make “just a drone” into a “smart drone”, offering the solutions that are valuable for the drone’s creation. Its solutions have been integrated with over 50 customers and partners, including Tier 1 companies such as Airbus, General Electric (GE), Yuneec and others.
SkyHopper offers a One-Stop-Shop, with forward-looking solutions designed to provide manufacturers peace of mind, knowing their drones and robotics are equipped with the best capabilities to execute their intended applications and operations. SkyHopper’s product suite includes communication data links, cybersecurity & encryption that has been validated by the Israel MOD and other government organizations, video processing, controllers and viewers (RVTs).
Through a combination of technical expertise, best-of-breed technology, and an understanding of the customers’ needs, SkyHopper offers proprietary technology and an end-to-end range of products, all designed to work together in order to optimize performance, shorten time-to-market, and lower risk. SkyHopper also offers full integration and support services onsite or at one of Mobilicom’s international offices, that ensure optimal deployment of solutions in their application and operational scenarios.
In an effort to consistently enhance and improve upon its advanced security offering, Mobilicom, SkyHopper’s parent company, has recently won a 1.2 Million USD project to develop an anti-hijacking and anti-spoofing technology using AI that will mitigate the risk of cyber-attacks in drones & robotics. SkyHopper solutions are already equipped to incorporate this technology once it will be released.
Mobilicom’s CEO, Oren Elkayam: “We have done our homework in understanding what our customers need in order for their drones to successfully execute their missions. As a result, while others focus on offerings for today, we offer solutions also essential for the future survival and scalability of commercial drones of robotics. With proprietary drone cybersecurity and radio technology and a highly experienced customer success team, SkyHopper has maintained a strong base of over 50 customers and counting.”