Drone startup Exyn, quite literally, flies under the radar. The company, which just raised a $16 million Series A, sends fully autonomous drones to hard to reach areas, like mining facilities or defense areas, claiming to unlock data that will help with mapping. It targets “data sets that are challenging to acquire because they are […]Read More
Exyn Technologies announced the commercial availability of its Autonomy Aerial Robots
Exyn Technologies announced that they have partnered with the University of Pennsylvania to compete in the DARPA Subterranean (SubT) challenge.
A Grays Ferry-based drone startup called Exyn Technologies is sending its drone underground next week to scour the walls of a Latin American mine guided only by its onboard sensors. With no pre-loaded maps or a GPS signal, the drone will gather data that will let the University of Pennsylvania spinout build 3D models of the […]
Around the world, mines are often dark, dangerous places where humans fear to tread. Mapping them can be a perilous task, involving surveyors who must enter with equipment at the risk of personal injury. But now, a Philadelphia company has developed a drone system that can enter a mine and, at the touch of a […]
SOUTH PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) –Inside a sparsely furnished and unremarkable warehouse in South Philadelphia something truly remarkable is taking flight. It’s what Exyn Technologies calls its aerial robot. A drone so smart it doesn’t need a pilot and it doesn’t need a map. In fact, this robot makes its map as it goes, which effectively means […]
Improving accuracy. Saving time. Lowering costs.
Check out Exyn’s A3R™ doing autonomous warehouse management.
Thank you IPGroup for the opportunity to do a live demonstration at the 2017 Hard Science Forum.
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No! It’s a flying robot!
Watch our founder, Prof. Vijay Kumar‘s talk on robots that fly and cooperate. Dr. Kumar is the Nemirovsky Family Dean of the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences at University of Pennsylvania, and he studies cooperative behaviors in biological and robotic systems.