ING Robotic Aviation will showcase their fixed wing robotic aircraft system, Serenity, in collaboration with iFMS, at this years 2013 Expocorma Conference, which will take place this year from November 6-8 in Concepcion, Chile. As the leading conference for the forestry industry in Chile, Expocorma welcomes over 350 exhibitors from from over 30 countries and focuses on connecting important players within the sector.
iFMS recently purchased a Serenity system from ING Robotic Aviation in June of 2013. Serenity is an integral tool that uses both electro-optical and infrared cameras to provide a wide range of imagery to be used for immediate support in Chile. iFMS will be using Serenity for a variety of applications, ranging from forest fire monitoring to security surveillance to aerial surveys.
The ING/iFMS booth (P-1 #345 in the Central Plaza) will feature a complete Serenity system for viewing by the public. Additionally, the companies’ CEOs, Ian Glenn and Gonzalo Soteras Leon, will be available for interviews during this time.
“Serenity is a terrific tool in the forestry sector”, states ING Robotic Aviation CEO, Ian Glenn. “It gets the right information, into the right hands, at the right time.”
ING Robotic Aviation delivers airborne sensing solutions and much more. The company developed their skills through extensive operational surveillance work with the Canadian military. From these beginnings, ING is now providing commercial services including critical infrastructure inspections, forest fire monitoring and land use planning. ING are at the forefront of a disruptive technological and operational change, focused on reinventing aviation.
iFMS is an innovative Chilean company that utilizes cutting edge autonomous technology to provide services for monitoring different physical phenomena such as environmental conditions, forest fires, natural disasters and water resource monitoring, among many other applications. IFMS technologies greatly enhance the decision making process that contributes to the protection of natural resources and saving human lives.