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At InDro Robotics, we’re known for our Research and Development. We’re also known for a number of industry “firsts.” Whether that’s BVLOS flights utilizing the 5G network, or becoming the first drone company to obtain a Cargo license from the Canadian Transportation Agency, we like breaking barriers. On this page, you’ll find the latest InDro news – as well as media coverage. Interested in learning more? Hit us up here.

Meet InDro Pilot: A powerful 5G hardware and software suite for Enterprise drones

Meet InDro Pilot: A powerful 5G hardware and software suite for Enterprise drones

By Scott Simmie   Nothing turns our crank quite like developing something brand new; something that's never been done before. That's really the heart and soul of R&D. And that's also why we're so excited about InDro Pilot – a new hardware/software solution created by InDro Robotics that will give Enterprise drones and their operators the ...
#CANSEC2022 – a wrap on the biggest security and defence show in Canada

#CANSEC2022 – a wrap on the biggest security and defence show in Canada

By Scott Simmie, InDro Robotics   The biggest annual security and defence conference in Canada – CANSEC – is a wrap. Put on by the Canadian Association of Defence and Security Industries, the trade show is like a Who's Who of the vast supply chain necessary to keep Canada's armed forces equipped. That means everything from the pointy end of the ...
YOW drone detection program featured in WINGS magazine

YOW drone detection program featured in WINGS magazine

The Drone Detection Pilot Project being carried out at the Ottawa International Airport has received some traction in WINGS Magazine, Canada's leading online and print publication about the aviation world. InDro Robotics is one of the partners in the project at YOW, supplying hardware and software used to detect drones that might pose a threat to ...
Long winter? Pre-flight checklist for drone pilots

Long winter? Pre-flight checklist for drone pilots

By Scott Simmie Depending on where you live in North America, it's that time of year when many of us are dusting off our drones for the first time since we put them away last fall. Some pilots are meticulous about this process. But we suspect – given the large number of recreational pilots who fly only occasionally – they're in the minority. So ...
InDro Robotics hits the podcast circuit

InDro Robotics hits the podcast circuit

By Scott Simmie It's been a busy week for InDro Robotics on the airwaves of the internet. Two of our best talkers were asked to be guests on two separate industry podcasts, and the final products of both were released within two days of each other. Our CEO, Philip Reece, was the first up to the microphone, followed by Strategy and Implementation ...
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“Everyone thought Amazon would be first.  No, a Canadian company has beat them to it, and it’s been no small effort.”
Ross McLaughlin

“Everyone thought Amazon would be first. No, a Canadian company has beat them to it, and it’s been no small effort.”
Ross McLaughlin

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Unitree’s “dog” robots versatile, affordable
Unitree’s “dog” robots versatile, affordable

You've probably seen "Spot" by now. That's the yellow Boston Dynamics quadruped robot. Its structure and locomotion remind a lot of people of a dog, hence the name Spot. But it's not the only dog in town. Chinese manufacturer Unitree Robotics has multiple quadrupeds...

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InDro Robotics releases “NERDs” White Paper
InDro Robotics releases “NERDs” White Paper

By Scott Simmie, InDro Robotics We're pleased to release a White Paper detailing an ambitious and successful project we've recently completed. That project, perhaps appropriately enough, goes by the acronym NERDS – which stands for Network Enhanced Realtime Drone...

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Let InDro Robotics pilot your next inspection mission – remotely
Let InDro Robotics pilot your next inspection mission – remotely

Picture this: You run a solar farm. And it's time for a routine inspection to detect faulty or damaged solar cells. Traditionally, you've inspected using a handheld thermal sensor – hoping to identify any anomalies on your solar panels. It does the job, but it's...

Volkswagen reveals passenger-carrying eVTOL
Volkswagen reveals passenger-carrying eVTOL

Volkswagen is entering the Urban Air Mobility world. The company's China division has unveiled it has been working on a passenger-carrying e-VTOL – and says it plans to commercialise it down the road. The prototype is called V.MO and is part of Volkswagen China's...

Spexi offers broad range of geospatial tools for drone pilots
Spexi offers broad range of geospatial tools for drone pilots

A Canadian firm has been quietly gaining customers – and a reputation – with its broad palette of geospatial tools for drone operations. That company is Vancouver-based Spexi. And while it might not be a household name yet, a growing number of professional drone...

High-tech jobs aplenty in Ottawa – including with InDro Robotics
High-tech jobs aplenty in Ottawa – including with InDro Robotics

Ask someone what they know about Ottawa, and odds are they'll say it's home to the Federal Government, multiple world-class museums and the ByWard Market – a destination for locals and visitors alike. Increasingly, however, the nation's capital is also becoming known...

scout 2.0 autonomous robot

New Scout 2.0

New Scout 2.0

Case Studies

Summerland Cherries

Summerland Cherries

The test field chosen for this study is the Summerland Research and Development Centre (SuRDC)....

Pitt Meadows Blueberries

Pitt Meadows Blueberries

The test field chosen for this study is Purewal Blueberry farms, located about 8km west of Coquitlam. The case study itself will be carried out by...

Advanced Air Mobility Comes to Vancouver

Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) is a new form of aviation utilizing airspace above congested cities to better serve the public, businesses, disadvantaged communities, and emergency responders. Download Brochure

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