Nobel Prize Yuneec Hurricane H with Intel RealSense ™ technology is available for pre-order. This is the first time that Intel RealSense making technology available in unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), also known as a drone. Recently demonstrated at CES Asia exhibition, Intel technology that enables RealSense Hurricane H to fly independently, intelligently navigate around objects, with the safety options and creative customers to the next level.
The arrival of the first shipment to customers begin within four weeks. Customers will receive a hurricane H with Intel RealSense R200 camera installation and Intel Atom ™ processor factory, ST16 control unit with a control processor to develop a dual player, extra batteries and fans – all in a backpack specially designed.
As it installed on Hurricane H, camera RealSense R200 Intel and Intel Atom processor unit to work seamlessly with the operation of the control system in the airline to add navigation obstacle intelligent. With a range of specialized cameras and sensor devices, these maps Intel system and learns its environment in 3D, with the recognition of every obstacle, and planning for an alternative route and safe movement around him. This is great progress during the ultra sound to prevent collisions, which automatically stops the hurricane H short of obstacles, but the environment can not or modeling intelligently redirect around obstacles. The unit also adds to the bottom of the sensor to improve the stability, making the trip at home or in the open air close to the ground with poor GPS reception.
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