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Cloud Ground Control was proudly featured on Channel 9 national news as part of the CyberShack TV segment.

The revolutionary cloud-based platform was developed to unlock new opportunities in the aerial world, enhancing the flying and monitoring experience for professionals and hobbyists. The platform is designed with usability at its core, enabling users to securely connect, monitor and control multiple robotic vehicles at the same time over a 4G or 5G network – all through a web browser.

Cloud Ground Control allows multi-user and multi-vehicle connections. Users can conveniently switch from pilot view to fleet view with a single click. The impact? Pilots receive real-time situational awareness, allowing them to make more informed decisions and efficient responses. Mission controllers will have complete visibility of every situation, no matter the location. Everyday users can share thrilling first-person footage with families and friends as they embark on travel adventures. 

‘The ability to connect and monitor multiple drones and robotic vehicles in real- time is what makes Cloud Ground Control stand out.’ 
Xavier Orr, CEO and co-founder, Advanced Navigation

Beyond the day-to-day use, Cloud Ground Control functions seamlessly with all open-sourced libraries due to its agnostic nature – meaning it has no limitations to what it knows and what it can work with. This allows developers the freedom to experiment with integration and enable innovation with great flexibility. 

The ability to connect and monitor multiple drones and robotic vehicles in real-time is what makes Cloud Ground Control stand out. Whether it is flying over scenic views or conducting scientific research, it allows humans to tap into fields that previously cannot be done. We are proud to see this technology take off in today’s world where remote fleets and drones are increasingly becoming an integral part of our lives,” said Xavier Orr, CEO and co-founder of Advanced Navigation. 

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