Ainstein Autonomous Drone Landing & Takeoff System
Compact. Simple to use. All weather-proof radar altimeters.
Introduction to Smart Drone/ UAV Landing/ Takeoff
Ainstein designs, develops, and deploys intelligent radar systems for small drones, eVTOL and UAVs.
Our radars are:
- Highly accurate and smooth above-the-ground altitude reading, especially over water, grass, brush and other challenging environments
- Same high-performance in low-light or no light conditions, such as rain, fog, darkness and more
- Customer-proven for accurate terrain tracking commonly required for precision agriculture
- Essential for BVLOS UAV operation, ensuring safe autonomous take off and autonomous landing
- More reliable altitude readouts due to increases in processing power
- Ability to include multiple US-D1 altimeters without cross-radar interference for sensor redundancy configuration or sensor multiplexing for enhanced detection
Use Cases for our Radars:
- Agriculture Monitoring
- Agriculture Spraying
- Detect and Avoid Buildings, Vehicles, Tree Branches, Powerlines Ground Surfaces
- Parcel Delivery, and more
The Challenge of Out-of-the-box vs Autonomous
Operating at distance
relying on telemetry data and onboard cameras is challenging
Flying below not above
mistakes lead to a 100% loss of UAV
Lidar doesn’t cut it
ok over land but not over water or in inclement weather
The Benefits of Smart Landing
With rugged design and considerations for small and mid-size UAVs, our intelligent radar sensors are ultra compact and low power-consumption.
Modular antenna design, real-time firmware update, FPGA and sensor fusion, and advanced digital signal processing (DSP) allows you to easily and quickly customize for your own applications.
Packed with the latest radar technology, advanced digital signal processing (DSP) algorithm, cutting-edge antenna design and more.
US-D1: UAV Standard Radar Altimeter
Ainstein’s UAV Standard Radar Altimeter US-D1 is a must-have mmWave Radar sensor, enabling autonomous takeoff and autonomous landings for drones, as well as terrain tracking commonly required for precision agriculture.