The application scenarios of UAV tethering systems are manifold. The advantages can essentially be broken down to three benefits: unlimited flight times, heavier payloads for mission fulfillment, and a larger amount of data that can be recorded and processed by sensor technology.
With many years of experience in a german fire department as well as disaster management and external consultants within rescue services, police and military, we speak your language. We know that equipment must always work when it's just the hottest, rainiest or coldest day of the year - and of course on all other days.
Unmanned aerial vehicles have recently become part of the everyday work of many companies and authorities. In time-critical situations it is necessary not only to record sensor data, but also to make it available to decision-makers as quickly as possible. For this reason, we attach great importance to the best possible integration of our systems into network structures.
Modularity is an outstanding strength of our work. We don't just want to develop wired UAV systems, but to provide you with the best possible integration into your work and workflows. We see ourselves as a manufacturer of portable tether solutions as well as a supplier for individual projects.
On two events at the same time we presented our new Tether Ground Station microTether together with an on-board module for the Mavic 2 series (Pro, Zoom, Enterprise, Enterprise Advanced).
As part of a development consortium, we at ValoFly are currently working on a fully integrated, vehicle-bound tether system for multicopters. An early prototype could be seen at this year's AFCEA in Bonn. Our challenge: to ensure the supply of energy and data between the UAV and the vehicle in all weathers, even when the vehicle is in motion.