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Israel builds infrastructure for drones in the UAE

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Hebrew media revealed that Israel would build an infrastructure for drones in the Emirates as part of a $2 million deal in the latest effort to strengthen the military alliance between Tel Aviv and Abu Dhabi.

Israeli security and military groups reported that an Israeli company specialized in collecting and analyzing aerial information using drones will build the infrastructure for a group of drones in urban areas for a government agency in the Emirates.

The Israeli ice website stated, “Aerobotix, which collects and analyzes air data through an automated infrastructure for drones, will provide services to a government authority in the UAE.”

According to the site, the deal is another step in installing Optimus systems developed by Aerobots to deploy automated infrastructure for drones in an urban environment.

It added that “the UAE tested the system and services that the Israeli company will provide during the Dubai Expo.”

The company’s systems carried out thousands of operational trips to the government entity without human contact, in harsh environmental conditions, and a densely populated area.

In the next three years, the UAE intends to equip itself with the company’s systems and deploy them in a defined urban area of ​​1,500 square kilometres.

“These systems work as a smart network for drones, dedicated to an urban control centre, and will be integrated into air transport to form an infrastructure that will help shorten the response times of security forces to emergency incidents.”

It will also assist in rescue operations and improve its various services. In addition, the company is examining applications for mail transport over the network and multiple applications for smart and safe cities.

The site indicated that the Israeli company Aerobotix is ​​working in the UAE and other countries to create a permanent infrastructure that includes many unmanned robotic aircraft that do not require field operation and are connected to the Internet of Things components and work together.

“Every system in the infrastructure includes a smart docking station, which allows changing batteries, without having to wait for the drone to charge, installing and unloading different sensors for a variety of different tasks, and starting the drones without the need for people in the field,” he added.

The site concluded, “each cell system can cover a large area of ​​up to 80 square kilometres, where drone flights can be operated for different missions, and each time the drone carries a different sensor and performs a different type of mission, operating to perform complex and lengthy missions.”