The startup showed off its platform at Y Combinator Demo Day and talked about lowering the barrier to entry for commercial and enterprise use of drones and UAVs.
The Newport Beach, Calif., company aims to give commercial companies an easy-to-use development platform that will get their purpose-built drones up and flying in no time.
Airware’s platform comprises both on-board hardware and software, founder Jonathan Downey said. It also features elements that all drones and UAVs need: inertial navigation systems, flight control algorithms, and ground station control software.
Airware is the new name for Unmanned Innovation