Fargo, ND April 15th, 2019) -- Botlink, an unmanned aircraft operations platform, based in Fargo, ND, received a two-month waiver to fly sustained operations over people with an unmanned aircraft system (UAS) in collaboration with the North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) and Northern Plains UAS (NPUAS) Test Site.
Fargo, ND (September 29th, 2018) -- Today, Botlink receives the first waiver for sustained operations over people from the FAA. Also, Botlink and Cable News Network (CNN) are the first two companies to operate simultaneously in shared airspace performing commercial operations over people.
FARGO, N.D. – The North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) and Northern Plains UAS Test Site (NPUASTS) announced today the successful completion of testing Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) in Fargo. Working in partnership with CNN, Botlink and ParaZero, the NDDOT and NPUASTS performed its first series of flight tests of Unmanned Aircraft Systems for potential flight over a group of people in controlled airspace.
Botlink, a Fargo-based drone software company, today announced that the United States Patent and Trademark Office has issued US Patent 9,905,134, titled “System and Method of Preventing and Remedying Restricted Area Intrusions by Unmanned Aerial Vehicles.” The intrusion prevention system included in the patent involves an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), a UAV controller, and a restricted area data aggregator. This patented technology plays an integral role in avoiding collisions for UAVs and is one component of UAS Traffic Management (UTM), an initiative being developed by the FAA, NASA, and other federal partners to manage low-altitude UAS operations.
Botlink announces a seamless flow of actionable aerial data into the agX Platform. This integration makes it quick and easy for farmers and agronomists to put their drone data to work in agX Compliant Applications such as SST Summit®, Sirrus®, and Adapt-N®, AgSolver®, and others.
Botlink announces a seamless flow of actionable aerial data for clients of SST precision agriculture software.
Botlink presented on drone use in the construction industry and demonstrated how Botlink drone software can benefit project managers at the Associated General Contractors (AGC) of Texas Administrative Conference in San Antonio, Texas, July 20-22.
Botlink to attend the InfoAg Conference July 25th-27th 2017 at the Union Station in St. Louis, MO. The InfoAg Conference is a premier event for discussion and advancement of precision agriculture. Botlink members will be attending to demonstrate the Botlink drone software solution and discuss its agricultural applications, highlight new features, and announce new partnerships to the conference attendees.
Enclave Development and Botlink have entered into a collaborative agreement to test and evaluate existing and potentially new uses for small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (sUAS) or drones in the construction industry, with the goal of saving contractors time and money.
NASA has enlisted the services of Botlink and several other U.S. drone companies to help test its Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) traffic management technology currently under development to help commercial drones and manual aircraft share the airspace.
Botlink, a company specializing in commercial drone mission planning and data capture, will attend the AUVSI XPONENTIAL conference, May 8-11, in Dallas, Texas, joining a team of Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) developers from North Dakota in booth #931, showcasing their wares and the latest developments in the commercial UAS industry.
Botlink is now available for DJITM owners, and is accepting orders for its DJI quadcopter drone bundles designed specifically for the construction industry.
AgEagle aircraft will now include the Botlink drone operations platform. The move will bring Botlink’s real-time safety and data technology to AgEagle’s farm-focused flying wing aircraft.
Botlink announced today that Procore customers now have the ability to incorporate drone workflows directly into Procore’s construction management software. Users can easily and safely fly drones at worksites and automatically upload processed imagery directly into Procore.