XTEND announces two new strategic collaborations

Both will expand the autonomous drone OS company’s new strategic plan for perimeter security and its edge AI capabilities

XTEND announces two new strategic collaborations

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XTEND, an Israeli company specializing in human-guided autonomous drone operating systems for military forces and law enforcement agencies, announced last week two new strategic partnerships with Easy Aerial and SightX, which will enable expansion into new markets and enhancement of the solution’s AI capabilities.

XTEND is collaborating with SightX, which is developing mission-critical, real-time Edge AI, bringing revolutionary deep-learning research to real-world problems. SightX specializes in AI-based technology for superior situational awareness, and autonomous multi-object classification and tracking.

SightX’s Edge AI technology is one of the first third-party apps running on XTEND’s operating system (OS), enabling a variety of AI-driven capabilities to be quickly integrated into XTEND’s OS.


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The partnership with Easy Aerial, A leader in military-grade autonomous drone-in-a-box solutions, has resulted in the integration of Easy Aerial’s Easy Guard EGV 90 ground station, with XTEND’s Wolverine Multi-Mission UAS.

According to XTEND, the integrated solution enhances XTEND’s capabilities to provide a complete perimeter security solution for long-endurance ISTAR missions and enable the operation of XTEND’s drone platforms from Robotic Combat Vehicles (RCV). The mutual product combines the autonomous operation, offered by Easy Aerial, together with the intuitive and Human-centric interface of XTEND’s Operating System running on the Wolverine UAS.

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