• RDARS (RDRS) has finalized the development and testing of its patent-pending Eagle Watch Mesh Mod V1.0
  • This advancement enables remote Eagle Nest stations and Eagle Eye drones to communicate with each other
  • Charles Zwebner, CEO of RDARS, sat down with Sabrina Cuthbert to discuss the news
  • RDARS is an early-stage autonomous robotics and drone technology company
  • RDARS Inc. (RDRS) opened trading at C$0.025

RDARS (RDRS) has finalized the development and testing of its patent-pending Eagle Watch Mesh Mod V1.0.

This advancement enables remote Eagle Nest stations and Eagle Eye drones to communicate with each other locally and offers the option for a remote command and control centre.

The Eagle Nests stations and Eagle Eye drones will have the option of communicating directly with each other via intelligent coordination. This will help to provide the utmost security surveillance, reporting, and intervention possible. The new functionality of the Mesh Mod Eagle Watch provides the operator with the option to have the Eagle Watch Platform automatically decide which Eagle Eye Drone or Eagle Nest Station responds in a given situation and arranges the timing of take-offs and landings for more continuous coverage.

Additionally, each Eagle Nest station acts as an uplink for any other Eagle Nest drone in its vicinity, offering redundancy for enhanced command and controlled reliability.

The uniqueness of Eagle Watch’s software platform is that it is completely developed in-house by RDARS, a tailored rarity not found in other packages available on the market today. From UAS to UGV (Unmanned Ground Vehicles), Eagle Watch has a critical mission for a fault-tolerant platform ready for global deployment. RDARS believes that the future stems from the beyond line-of-sight of the UAS systems that requires the necessary tools to integrate these systems safely into the National Airspace.

CEO Charles Zwebner sat down with Sabrina Cuthbert to discuss this important development.

“Having a localized deployed network on a property with multiple Autonomous-Drones-in-Boxes “swarm” of Eagle Nest Stations and Eagle Eye Drones communicating and coordinating intelligent security monitoring and protocols to the Eagle Watch platform is a dream of the future, and we have achieved it today. This is an innovative design, technological breakthrough, and milestone for the company, and we are looking to deploy this as soon as possible in the field.” “We anticipate 2023 to be a banner year for RDARS.”

RDARS is advancing the security industry’s approach to protecting properties by introducing autonomous systems that allow for real-time response, situation awareness, verification, intervention, evidence recording, data capture, analysis, and immediate downstream transmissions to public safety agencies.

RDARS has the ability to receive, analyze, and downstream the data and inform public safety agencies who the perpetrators are before they even arrive at the property.

RDARS Inc. (RDRS) opened trading at C$0.025.


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