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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.

Putting Sentinel through its paces at EPRI

Putting Sentinel through its paces at EPRI

By Scott Simmie   There's testing. And then there's "real-world" testing. For example, InDro Robotics builds and tests drones and ground robots. We do this constantly, ...
First Responders find drones invaluable tools

First Responders find drones invaluable tools

By Scott Simmie It's no secret that drones have become an essential tool for many First Responders. Emergency services frequently use these devices to obtain situational awareness – also known as "The Big Picture." Police departments deploy them to search for missing people, locate suspects, monitor protests and collect images following serious ...
InDro launches monthly newsletter

InDro launches monthly newsletter

A word (or two) from InDro Robotics   Welcome to the first in a new series of monthly newsletters from the InDro Robotics team! These newsletters will cover the latest news from InDro Robotics – including the inside story from our R&D facilities (at least the stuff we can tell you about!). First up? The big news: We have officially released ...
InDro Robotics “Sentinel”

InDro Robotics “Sentinel”

By Scott Simmie, InDro Robotics Imagine, for a moment, the challenges of owning and maintaining a remote asset. Further picture that it's, say, an unstaffed electrical substation located some 800 kilometres from your base of operations. The area is prone to fog, rain and snow. To top things off, the last 200 kilometres consist of a washboard gravel ...
When it comes to Last Mile, InDro’s ROLL-E delivers

When it comes to Last Mile, InDro’s ROLL-E delivers

By Scott Simmie, InDro Robotics   Picture this: You're expecting an important delivery at home. But instead of peeking out the window to spot a cargo truck or van, you're awaiting a text. One minute before delivery, your phone pings with a notification and a QR code. You look outside and see it approaching: A small robot. It pulls up directly in ...
InDro Robotics and Area X.O: A perfect match

InDro Robotics and Area X.O: A perfect match

Location, location, location. The phrase usually applies to real estate investment, but it can also apply to Research and Development. What we mean here is that some locations can be more conducive to R&D work than others. In the case of the InDro Robotics R&D facility located in Ottawa's technology incubator known as Area X.O – we believe ...
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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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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...

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Draganfly sells, donates drones for use in Ukraine
Draganfly sells, donates drones for use in Ukraine

By Scott Simmie The use of non-military drones in Ukraine has jumped significantly since the Russian invasion began. Consumer products, particularly DJI drones, have been widely used by both sides in the war for situational awareness and identifying combatant...

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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...

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InDro Robotics, London Drugs, pilot Roll-E robot
InDro Robotics, London Drugs, pilot Roll-E robot

By Scott Simmie, InDro Robotics   Meet Roll-E. It's a cargo-carrying Uncrewed Ground Vehicle (UGV), or robot, developed by InDro Robotics. It can be remotely teleoperated from around the corner or across the country. And it's being put into service in a new...

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There’s a new robot in town: Meet LIMO
There’s a new robot in town: Meet LIMO

Even in the world of robotics, good things often come in small packages. And this is especially true when it comes to Limo, a new AgileX platform perfect for students and those carrying out R&D work. Limo is small but mighty, with the same kind of technology...

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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,...

Freefly gets on Blue sUAS, shows off hybrid drone @AUVSI XPONENTIAL
Freefly gets on Blue sUAS, shows off hybrid drone @AUVSI XPONENTIAL

Freefly systems has news – and cause to celebrate. The company's Alta X drone platform has been elevated to a very desirable status. "Our Alta X was approved for the Defense Innovation Unit's Blue sUAS list, which is huge for us," says Freefly Chief Technical Officer...

New heavy-lift autogyro grabs attention @AUVSI
New heavy-lift autogyro grabs attention @AUVSI

We had barely got onto the XPONENTIAL trade floor in Orlando before something really caught our attention. Part of the reason was because it was big. But it was also very different. It's an entirely new type of VTOL drone that uses an autogyro-type system for lift....

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