Exyn Technologies received the Mining Magazine "Exploration" award for 2019.
Two neighboring companies have created a high-tech beer collaboration.
We are testing the limits of our real-time mapping engine. The results are quite promising.
In this two-part series, Nader Elm, Exyn's CEO, shares how Exyn is building the revolution in autonomous robotics and the impact the technology is already having on the world.
Nader Elm, CEO, explains bridging the cultural gap between scientists and those concerned with the business.
An underground gold mine in Stewart, British Columbia, closed since the 1940s, probably isn’t the first place you’d expect to find a demonstration of cutting edge drone mapping technology.
Exyn Technologies enabled Ascot Resources to explore a mine that hadn't been accessed since the 1940s.
Drone startup Exyn, quite literally, flies under the radar.
Team PLUTO is one of nine teams exclusively selected & funded by DARPA to develop novel robotic systems to explore underground tunnels.
Exyn Technologies announced the commercial availability of its Autonomy Aerial Robots.
Exyn sent it's drone underground to scour the walls of a Latin American mine guided only by its onboard sensors.
Around the world, mines are often dark, dangerous places where humans fear to tread.
Inside a sparsely furnished and unremarkable warehouse in South Philadelphia something truly remarkable is taking flight.
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.
Keeping the technology self-contained on the drone means Exyn-powered UAVS don’t rely on outside infrastructure, or human pilots to complete a mission.
Exyn is honored to receive PCI 2017 startup of the year award.