Easy Aerial Launches GlobalARC Cloud-Based Drone Command Center

By Mike Ball / 20 Jun 2016

Easy Aerial GlobalARCEasy Aerial Inc. has launched a new distance drone deployment and management system with built-in air traffic control and real-time video and data feed. The cloud-based platform makes it possible to deploy and manage multiple civilian drones that could be located on the other side of the planet.

Global Autonomous Robot Communication (GlobalARC) allows companies to quickly scale their drone operations across geographies by offering a centralized platform for flight planning, team and project management and real-time drone deployment with data and video feedback to unlimited distances.

The platform is open to all drone pilots worldwide including recreational users and hobbyists in an effort to automate air traffic compliance and reporting for all participants in the airspace. GlobalARC’s “Free” tier provides anyone who wants to fly with a quick and easy way to plan and manage their flights and stream live video from their drones. Global ARC platform contains air traffic and zoning maps that are updated dynamically and can alert all participants of the potential risks and temporary flight restrictions.

Easy Aerial aims to make it easy for anyone flying a UAV to comply with the law and airspace rules, while providing a comprehensive business management tool for commercial drone operators. Their goal is to become the ultimate low altitude airspace compliance platform for all pilots, recreational and commercial.

“What we are really doing here is redefining the word – remote – in Remote Control. Our platform enables a worldwide network of connected vehicles that can be controlled from one secure portal. As soon as you turn it on your drone will appear on the grid.” – says Ivan Stamatovski, founder of Easy Aerial.

“Our business model involves connecting customers who need UAV filming services with pilots who provide those professional services. It is a process that requires a lot of planning and preparation ahead of deployment. We have not yet seen a platform like GlobalARC that brings together resource management aspect with airspace compliance and real-time video streaming. We believe that it will be a huge hit with our commercial drone pilots as it will elevate every aspect of the planning process and give customers a new dimension of interactivity.” – says Bassam Rhou, Flystro.com cofounder and CEO.

GlobalARC is also an air traffic control network for unmanned aerial vehicles in addition to being a project management and monitoring tool. Easy Aerial claims that their patented technology has the potential to work with any drone and any autopilot on the market, and will be offering their own communication hardware before the end of the year.

Posted by Mike Ball Mike Ball is our resident technical editor here at Unmanned Systems Technology. Combining his passion for teaching, advanced engineering and all things unmanned, Mike keeps a watchful eye over everything related to the unmanned technical sector. With over 10 years’ experience in the unmanned field and a degree in engineering, Mike’s been heading up our technical team here for the last 8 years. Connect & Contact