Speedbird deploys Elsight’s Halo technology to power its drones

Unmanned aerial vehicle service provider Speedbird chose Elsight’s Halo technology solution for drone connectivity for the critical task of controlling its package delivery drones.

Speedbird has signed a commercial contract with Elsight to support its initial fleet of package delivery drones.

The 2022 contract is worth US$72,000 ($105,000) and is expected to reach US$520,000 ($759,000) in 2023, subject to planned follow-up orders, 57% of which will be recurring annual revenue, according to Elsight.

The contract will expire in 2023.

Halo provides Speedbird with a linked connectivity solution for command and control (C&C) redundancy certification, critical and secure data transmission, and a complete end-to-end link between the drone and all communication technologies associated with the drone. Speedbird field drone hub and control center.

“Halo gives us the opportunity to greatly expand our business by providing resilient and uninterrupted long-range communications for C&C between our drones and ground stations. The solution also provides a business model that integrates well with the business model we currently offer to our own customers, giving us another path to growth,” comments Speedbird Founder and President Samuel Salomão.

“This contract signing with Speedbird continues to confirm the success of our design-win strategy and the implications for growth within the expanded drone industry,” commented Elsight CEO Yoav Amitai.

Speedbird has built drones capable of transporting and delivering packages for commercial, industrial and medical purposes.

Speedbird’s drones have received certification and waivers from ANAC, Brazil’s National Civil Aviation Agency, to operate with Halo on board.

This first appeared in the CommsWire subscription newsletter on July 11, 2022.


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