Mobilicom Awarded $1.2M Gov’t Grant to Develop AI-Based Solution for Drone Cybersecurity

Israeli Company Mobilicom has received a $1.2 million grant to create a solution that focuses on the development of cyber technologies using Artificial Intelligence (AI) as an add-on module for drones and unmanned platforms.

As part of this project, Mobilicom will develop an anti-hijacking and anti-spoofing system for commercial, government and enterprise drones and robotic platforms. The solution will enable autonomous cybersecurity without operator intervention, in real time.

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Taking stock of Israeli ingenuity

AUSTRALIA is increasingly playing its part in Israel’s booming technological revolution, with the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) securing its 18th Israeli company listing in June, and continuing efforts to finalise a dual-listing arrangement with the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange.

ASX-listed Israeli drone sector players Mobilicom and ParaZero, and Israeli wireless baby heart and movement monitoring firm HeraMED – which recently filed a $6 million prospectus on the ASX – generated plenty of interest when presenting at the Techknow Investment Roadshow in Sydney and Melbourne earlier this month.

Mobilicom is already a key supplier to government and industry of high-tech mobile network solutions that don’t require any physical infrastructure, but in the space of just 18 months it developed a Skyhopper division that’s supplying 25 per cent of the world’s commercial drone manufacturing companies with essential hardware and software.

Its CEO Oren Elkayam told The AJN at Techknow Sydney the commercial and consumer drone sectors are on track to become a $100 billion market within a decade.

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DroneShield joins British war simulation while Mobilicom wins US contract

Meanwhile Mobilicom has secured an initial purchase order with a US robotics company worth “in excess of $200,000”.

The undisclosed customer was said to be a “unique designer within the robotics industry, with its solutions designed for a variety of industries including homeland security, mining, oil and gas, aerospace, maritime, petrochemical, public safety and construction”.

“The company has been developing robotics for over 25 years which can perform highly complex tasks in areas where human safety is at risk,” Mobilicom chief Oren Elkayam said.

“The purchase of Mobilicom’s MCU-30 Lite units by a unique and innovative robotics industry player highlights the broad capabilities and growing interest in Mobilicom’s cutting-edge technology.

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Mobilicom CEO, Oren Elkayam, presents at the TechKnow Invest Roadshow

“Drones & Robotics are a Revolution similar to that of the Mobile Revolution”

Mobilicom’s SkyHopper products have been integrated with 50 drone and robotics manufacturers. Mobilicom’s CEO in an interview with TechTime: “Our components constitute over 50% of the drone’s hardware value”
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Here are four reasons why drones will take off in the next two years

The drone market will go mainstream over the next two years as regulation settles in and the industry matures, say industry bosses.

The years 2019 and 2020 will see significant jumps in the use of drones and the drone market generally, Mobilicom (ASX:MOB) co-founder Oren Elkayam said at the popular TechKnow conference last week.

The Israeli tech play makes communications equipment for drones and robotics.

Last month, aerospace behemoth Airbus placed an order for the company’s two-way drone datalink software to aid its own drone work.

Goldman Sachs estimates drones are a $100 billion market opportunity, with MRFR forecasting the market will grow a whopping 30 per cent annually.
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Revenue-Generating Tech Play with Government Contracts on Critical Mission to Tap Global US$100B Drone Opportunity

The nimble ASX small-cap on our radar today is an Israel-born tech junior that designs, develops and markets solutions for mission-critical applications without the need for any existing infrastructure — no satellites or phone towers required. All it needs is broadband data and an IP network.

Its diverse product portfolio and cutting-edge technology under its two business divisions – Mobilicom and SkyHopper – are based on an innovative approach that merges 4G communication with mobile mesh private networking technologies into a unified, seamless solution.

This technology approach, in turn, has attracted high-impact partnerships with government and major global players, including the likes of ExxonMobil, Honeywell, Israel Aerospace Industries, Rafael Advanced Defense Systems, NTT Group, Eca Robotics and Elbit Systems.

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Airbus integrates Mobilicom’s SkyHopper solution into its innovation drone platform

Mobilicom, a global mission-critical-communications solution provider, announces that world-leading aerospace pioneer Airbus has integrated Mobilicom’s SkyHopper PRO solution into its Innovation drone platform. The platform is used to broaden Airbus’ vision and demonstrate its mission operation solutions in the commercial and homeland security drone space.

Mobilicom’s SkyHopper is a holistic solution for commercial and industrial drones and robotics. The SkyHopper PRO is a communication solution for control, telemetry and video or payload sharing to and from the drone platform to the ground control systems and users. Airbus is using the SkyHopper PRO Datalink with its mission-specific software and accessories.

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Mobilicom featured in Canary Newsletter

Strong market growth and exceeding all of its first year milestones. Read more about Mobilicom in the Canary Newsletter here.

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