Unmanned Life’s Autonomy-as-a-Service Architecture integrates aerial, ground, and hybrid drones with a variety of capabilities to work together as robust autonomous fleets. Along with other Internet of Things devices and hardware they powering the deployment of Autonomy as a Service over the cloud via a single, multi-device compatible user interface.
The Unmanned Life platform enables these autonomous Industry 4.0 solutions to interface with business information systems and enterprise AI. It also works both indoors and outdoors, with or without GPS, over Wi-Fi, 4G LTE, or 5G. We create backhaul by mesh of drones installed with small cells deploying them during peak moments or in disaster areas where connectivity can save lives.
Unlike any other solutions, U-life’s Autonomy-as-a-Service platform can be implemented in across different sectors, all of them related to the 4th Industrial Revolution and Industry 4.0.
Starting with logistics -- €1,053 billion ($1,208 billion U.S.) revenue and CAGR of 11.84% -- the solution can be integrated within the larger ecosystem of logistical procedures from delivery and intralogistics to ports and shipping or air cargo providers.
We have recently addressed this issue during IATA Air Cargo Conference to highlight the potential of maximizing the industry’s performance when deploying our autonomous software platform.
Moving onto the postal/warehousing industry, companies with complex logistical processes could be a perfect fit for the solution, as one of their main objectives is to boost the performance and increase the responsiveness of their processes for intense periods such as the holidays.
Last but not least, we are addressing telecom companies and the inflexibility of tele towers which are cost ineffective and require complex maintenance procedures.
U-life’s solution compiles multiple systems to work seamlessly together. While the individual systems can be very different from one another and can carry out different processes, the interaction of these systems often brings important emergent properties. These abilities do not address specific practice or method but rather present forward way of thinking for solving the 4.0 industry challenges.
Taking as an example the telecommunications industry, weeks of antenna inspections had to be conducted in order to ensure the safety and security. By using the AtaS platform, not only does the inspection takes a significantly shorter period of time, but the system is also able to perform the precise maneuvers with integrated robots fully autonomously.
• Best Start-up Innovation in 2017 in Postal Sector
• UK’s Most Disruptive Innovation Award of 2017
• The Transportation of the Year 2018 Award by National Technology Awards