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TheDroneGirl.com reported Monday the launch of Skyfish’s autonomous work drone platform — on the heels of our partner Sony’s announcement of their Airpeak drone (a soon-to-be coveted instrument for photography and videography).

Skyfish, designed and manufactured in the U.S.A., flies partner Sony’s Alpha series of cameras, QX series of cameras, R10C camera, and others for photogrammetry and 3D reality modeling of critical infrastructure. Different from Airpeak, our drones are specifically designed for use by the commercial and government sectors, and for a variety of data collection requirements — photogrammetry, LiDAR, thermal, and gas leak detection are just some examples.


Skyfish launches with an advanced autonomous work drone platform for precision measurement and inspection of critical infrastructure

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Skyfish Autonomous Work Drones™ M4 and M6 and ruggedized remote controller, Skyfish C1

Today, Skyfish announced the formal launch of their advanced autonomous work drone platform. This includes work drones, Skyfish M4 and Skyfish M6, a long-lasting battery system and a unique ruggedized remote controller. Also, Skyfish has a partnership with Sony® and supports the Sony® Alpha series of A7 cameras including the Sony A7 iv, Sony A7 iii, Sony A7 ii, the Sony QX series, the Sony R10C, and others.

During its R&D stealth mode years, Skyfish launched successful pilot programs with industry leading organizations. Skyfish is particularly proud of the work they’ve done in the cellular tower industry. “We’ve designed a state-of-the-art drone system for inspecting and scanning cell towers, and with our partner, Bentley Systems, we produce the best 3D reality model results in the world today,” said Dr. …

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American Made Skyfish Autonomous Work Drones™ is an E2E drone platform for engineering grade inspection, measurement, and 3D modeling of critical infrastructure

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