DroneEye and SecureEye

Naval Base New London


Our technology is a significant leap to generate the future of unmanned aerial drones Augmented reality wearable technology is transforming the way engineers, architects, construction managers/inspectors, first responders, law enforcement units, and on-site service teams utilize unmanned aerial drones in the field. Outdoor environments that have been typically too difficult or too dangerous to reach in the past, are now being explored with versatile AR-enabled drones. Equipped with the X2 MR glasses, drone operators can visualize live drone feeds through an augmented reality heads-up display in their field of view. This allows the drone pilot to stay situationally aware while also keeping an eye on where the drone is flying in the physical world. Increased situational awareness, more efficient field inspections, and augmented reality enhancements are just the beginning. 

Increased Awareness Now equipped with AR capabilities, aerial drones have become more effective in the field than ever before. The X2 MR glasses are enabling field techs to increase situational awareness while operating drones through a heads-up display. With a digitally projected display, drone operators can see the live drone field in their field of view while simultaneously visualizing the drone in their physical environment. 

Object Recognition Unmanned aerial drones powered by augmented reality are leveraging machine learning to identify industrial objects in the field. Object recognition capabilities allow field service technicians to access responsive IoT data in real-time, troubleshoot equipment maintenance, and provide offsite management teams with visuals from the field for more efficient decision making.

Thermal Inspections Live thermal scanning from a bird's-eye view is streamlining the way field service teams conduct routine inspections over large industrial areas. The same thermal capabilities are also being used by first responders and law enforcement teams to assess hazardous disaster zones, search for missing/injured victims, and to see more clearly through smoke to identify potential flare-up hot spots.


Our team developed the SecureEye platform as part of its AR RealEye assistance smart glasses software to enable currently security/event professionals to receive notifications on hand-held devices for any potential threats. 

By wearing smart glasses, security personnel can be hands-free and receive notifications via video surveillance systems. 

Security personnel can be hands-free and via video/image recognition AR software on the image/object detection.