How to improve Safety & Security capabilities for your professional UAV to perform advance and high risk operations with PrimeCor
PrimeCor is a safety augmentation system to UAVs, compatible with any UAS, to carry out advanced civil applications with drones in BVLOS, over urban areas and in non-segregated airspace.
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Safety AUGMENTATION SYSTEM TO UAVs
Market solution in terms of reliability, aeronautical safety & security and certification validated by aerospace security agencies. compatible with any UAS on the market, regardless of its configuration, size and weight and mission to carry out
Identification of failures or errors generated by the system
Generation of warnings signals and mitigation actions or centingency plans
Safety as a service
PrimeCor integration in your UAV includes Safety and Security Support and the Certification Support that your operation needs.
Fast integration, flexible and agnostic to the air vehicle.
SAFETY & SECURITY
System reliability, simulation and validation of the operation plan.
Provided with required documentation to support.
Easy to set up and with a safe UX in-flight.
Sense & Avoid
Detect and avoid obstacles.
Identification of failures and errors.
Contingency / Emergency plans
Run autonomously mitigation actions.
Coordination with ATC
Beyond Visual Line of Sigth (BVLOS).
Urban Areas Operations
Flight over urban and populeted areas.
No need to close the operation airspace.
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PrimeCor System is a development of Abionica Solutions S.L.P recognized as PYME INNOVADORA. This action is co-financed by the European Union through the FEDER Operational Program of the Valencian Community 2014-2020 and through the CDTI NEOTEC Program, it has been recognized by the European Commission with the Seal of Excellence, financed by ENISA, based in Distrito Digital CV and participate in Alicante Open Future at the initiative of Telefnica and the University of Alicante (UA) and the BFAero Program by Xunta de Galicia.