Vabene++ supports the city of Constance in collecting traffic data using its own bluetooth sensor technology. The data obtained flows into a simulation model for the evaluation and optimization of traffic management measures.
More and more multicopters are being used to gain an overview of the situation in crisis situations. In order to record larger areas or different locations at the same time, VABENE++ is developing the Swarmtool, which is used to control swarms of such multicopters.
The new camera system for the DLR research helicopter FHS is ready for use. The aim of the system is to acquire aerial images for situation assessment and to make the products available directly on site in order to support customers in case of major events and catastrophes.
Dense crowds can become dangerous and pose a challenge for organisers of major events. Researchers in VABENE++ use aerial photographs to analyse crowds of people in order to identify dangerous situations more quickly.
Launch of R-Mode Baltic project Seafaring vessels use satellites to determine their precise position to within a few metres. It is particularly important that exact positional information is constantly available in coastal waters and ports or near offshore wind farms and oil...