Lorenz AI-Link® and Lorenz Hive®
At Lorenz Technology we have developed an all-in-one solution where multiple drones, sites, and functionalities are operated simultaneously in the web interface of the Lorenz Hive®. We offer multiple functionalities in one platform managing your UAVs and UGVs.
With the Lorenz AI-Link® mounted on a drone or mobile robot of your choice, we offer a smart service software that lets you take easy control of route planning and data collection. With a focus on security and surveillance, we are developing the platform with global partners to increase applications of artificial intelligence within technology and software, performing autonomous drone flights and mobile robotic routes.
Operate multiple drones & robots
Access the platform through different devices
Share valuable data with stakeholders at any time
How does it work?
The Lorenz Hive® acts as a centralized control center in the cloud. The person in charge is able to operate drones and ground robots in real-time through the software, which communicates to the Lorenz AI-Link®, an edge-computer which is mounted on the drone or robot.
Data flows to- and from the drone or robot in real-time with sub second latency. A livestream can be directly shared with authorities if needed. The software enables route planning, operating in mission blocks and creates an archive in a secure cloud platform which helps digitalize the work processes.
easy to use
Image-based object detection and classification with neural networks
Thermal camera support
Detect anomalies, cover blind-spots and identify trespassers during the night.
Record and save all your videos on secure Azure cloud as well on drone SD card.
Remote controlled camera
Remotely control drones and the gimbal orientation along with zoom level.
Live streaming of ongoing flights to multiple users
The Lorenz AI-Link®
An edge-computer that enables on-board data processing, streaming its discoveries directly to the control system, our web interface the Lorenz Hive®, with a latency of less than half a second.
We proudly present our real-time streaming feature – a central and necessary must-have when performing professional autonomous drone flights. The onboard artificial intelligence features allow you to train your unmanned and/or remotely operated vehicle to perform preplanned routes and intelligently detect incidents, e.g., smart trailer detection and asset tracking on industrial ports.
This 3rd generation of the Lorenz AI-Link® integrates with drones and mobile robots operating with MAVLink, DJI OSDK, or ROS – letting you mount the device on a UAV or UGV of your choice.
Communication to- and from drone
The Lorenz AI-Link® acts as on-board pilot
The Lorenz Hive®
Software for route planning and autonomous missions
The Lorenz Hive® is a service software for efficient route planning with a real-time video stream of your autonomous flights. The web interface connects with the Lorenz AI-Link® and gives you possibilities for intelligent recognition of incidents in the real-time video stream while archiving your data in our cloud platform.
The Lorenz cloud platform has a user-friendly interface which lets you operate at multiple locations and manage several drone applications simultaneously by the mount of a Lorenz AI-Link® on your UAVs and UGVs.
The Lorenz Robot Guard
The Lorenz Robot Guard®
Utilizing mobile robots for inspection and surveillance tasks is the gateway to improving and optimizing business workflows. The Lorenz Robot Guard® is an additional product in Lorenz Technology’s portfolio which can be used alongside drones and is operated in the same cloud software platform. It contributes to having a complete overview of the perimeter with eyes on the ground.
The Lorenz Robot Guard®
Bespoke top module for Capra robot
Lorenz Technology has developed a top module for the Capra Hircus robot. The module includes the Lorenz AI-Link®, a super computer connected to the Lorenz software platform.
The Lorenz Robot Guard® can be operated alongside drones in the same software platform. It is an ideal solution for large, remote areas and can assist the use of drones for example in no-fly zones. The Lorenz Robot Guard® can be utilized for inspection and mobile surveillance, amongst others in hazmat environments.
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Frequently asked questions
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The type of license differs per drone weight and country. The European Union Aviation Safety Agency has defined a regulation for drone use within Europe. For more information see www.easa.europa.eu/
The flight time is dependent on multiple factors such as the type of drone, weather and payload. We work mainly with the DJI M300 which has a max flight time of 55 minutes. However, with multiple payloads such as the Lorenz AI-Link® and a thermal camera, the flight time averages around 40 minutes.
Drone software enhances the capabilities of drones and its practical use. Our drone software includes features such as mapping, mission planning, camera control, reporting and live-stream sharing with sub-second latency.
BVLOS stands for Beyond Visual Line of Sight. It means flying a drone to a certain distance where it is not visible to the eye anymore. Another term often used in relation to BVLOS is BRLOS, which stands for Beyond Radio Line of Sight. This refers to flying a drone beyond the radio connection to the remote control. This is possible e.g. through mounting the Lorenz AI-Link as supercomputer onboard of your drone, which allows the pilot to remain in control of the drone via 4G / LTE Network.
The term drone is widely used to describe unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), Basically a “drone” is a flying robot that can fly autonomously with software controlled flight plans or from a remote control device. Other names for drones often include: Multirotor, Quadcopter, Hexacopter, Octocopters and Whizboppers.
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