Exyn’s Drones Achieve Autonomy Level 4

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Exyn’s LiDAR drones achieved autonomy level 4 and are now capable of mapping and surveying complex underground mines on their own – without a pilot. To better understand what the different levels of autonomy mean, Exyn created this chart:

Exyn’s breakdown of levels of aerial autonomy

Exyn says they have reached Level 4A – a stage where the drone becomes completely self-reliant for open-ended exploration and does not require any human interaction during flight. In ideal conditions, Exyn’s LiDAR drones can fly at up to 2 m/s and cover 16 million cubic meters in a single flight.

(Sources: https://dronedj.com/2021/04/28/exyn-level-4-aerial-autonomy/, https://www.suasnews.com/2021/04/exyn-drones-achieve-autonomy-level-4/)

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