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Uavia, a company based in France, has developed a quadcopter that can operate largely without human intervention. The device is fully autonomous, but can fly without direct physical human intervention.
The company demonstrated the quadcopter during TechCrunch Disrupt meeting in London. The quadcopter of Uavia uses the Snappy Ubuntu Core. The first versions of the Uavia devices are intended for inspection, monitoring and keeping an overview on agricultural activities.
Uavia says on its website that the quadcopter without human intervention to function. Operators use a normal browser with the device itself to the commands given via 3G and 4G connections. To involve all the energy goes to the quadcopter back to the charging station and recharges itself independent of it.
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