With its platform Flight RB5 5G, Qualcomm adds 5G and AI to professional drones. The founder intends to become a major player in this market and could well succeed against a competitor like DJI with its Matrix platforms.
Qualcomm is well known for its powerful processors for smartphones, but less for its developments in the field ofmultirotors. In partnership with the , the American founder has implanted a chip of its own manufacture in the which regularly evolves in the Martian sky. But on Earth, Qualcomm has also developed its own flight platform.
Baptized , it is intended for professionals. The 5G mention indicates that the drone is capable of hooking up the next-generation network to transmit data, or even be piloted remotely with low latency. It also has the 6, to ensure interconnection between different of a swarm of .
The founder is launching a new professional drone platform with 5G connectivity, for remote or autonomous remote piloting. © Qualcomm
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The founder unveiled a drone capable of recording videos inat 120 fps with HDR support, or 8K at 30 fps. In the cabin, it is a Qualcomm QRB5165, which operates. It combines the Adreno 650 GPU found in the from of the 2020 vintage, to a Kryo 585 processor.
On the price side, the drone navigates the prices of professional aircraft, such as the Inspire by DJI or the Matrix, with an entry ticket of 4,400 dollars without the for availability at the end of September. In its press release, Qualcomm also points out that this platform has a extended flight due to better flight capabilities due to embedded. Security systems are also strengthened.. It takes an additional $ 100 to benefit from it. For the moment we can only find it in pre-order on