We are working on important technology in a rapidly growing market: navigation for drones. Join us and help define the interface for the greatest tool of our generation.
We're making UAVs to deliver healthcare goods and disaster relief supplies. We've got a strong team of engineers, and we're looking to add smart, opinionated, hard workers to the team.
As mentioned above, the unique and patented aspect of Vayu’s Courier is it’s ability to take off vertically like a helicopter – then transition to efficient aircraft flight for the duration of the transit – then land vertically again. It does this highly versatile feat completely without a pilot; the aircraft is pilot-free. All flight planning, navigation, takeoff and landing is done automatically. This combination of quadcopter/fixed wing design in association with advanced pilot free operation removes the need for heavy infrastructure like launchers and runways. The smartphone application is easy enough for a nurse or community health worker to launch, receive and plan deliveries without any training.
We are going places....and fast! If you've been looking for a fast paced start up to join in the South Bay area of SF, loves drones, have the technical chops we need, have the ability to work in the US without any sort of authorization...reach to me direct with your resume, cover letter that details the skills relevant to the role, etc....and maybe you will be the next member of our team!
We expect to establish a self-sufficient drone network that can operate anywhere in any major city in the U.S. While the technology we use is cutting-edge and highly complex, operation costs are incredibly cheap which means we can create a vast, interconnected network.
To hear more about the technologies we use, the logistical scheme we've implemented and just how we can save you money with our cost-cutting, delivery-time-decreasing business plan, please feel free to inquire.
We're a small energetic team bringing unique interactive robotics products to market. We are excited about making robotics mainstream and accessible. We aspire to build a solution that's versatile enough to be used by a snowboarder, a journalist, or a fireman. We're seeking talented, exceptional people to make this adventure happen. Join us! [Note copy&paste applications will not be considered -- tell us why you want to work on *this* product]
The core algorithms were developed and refined over the course of three years of PhD work at the Flying Machine Arena (http://www.flyingmachinearena.org) at ETH Zurich, Switzerland. It turns out that the state of a tethered flying vehicles can be recovered using standard low-cost sensors, used in combination with sophisticated numerical filters to extract the desired signals. The same approach is used to enable novel interaction concepts for the Fotokite.
The core algorithmic components are protected by a patent application. We are committed to continuing advanced R&D to stay at the edge of new developments in this space.
The Fotokite itself is a custom-designed, purpose-built tethered flying platform. We leverage the know-how and expertise of the team to bring top-notch integration and Q/A to the product and to produce a quality flying camera.
Both general and specialized press received the product well (TED, Wired, etc) and we received multiple LOI (Microsoft, Parrot and CNN, etc).