You can now use the Parrot ANAFI USA as a tethered drone
The Parrot ANAFI USA, a Blue sUAS program-approved drone, can now be used for continuous aerial observation as a tethered solution. The NDAA- and TAA-compliant drone gains this capability courtesy of a new partnership that Parrot has forged with fellow French company Arastelle.
Arastelle describes itself as a firm specializing in energy storage, management, and transmission for robotic and aerial applications. Supported by BPI France and the New Aquitaine Region, Arastelle is a part of the European Federation of Security Drones DRONES4SEC, and president of the “Tethered Drones” College.
The company’s tethered station designed for microdrones offers the possibility of converting the 500-gram ANAFI USA for captive flight without any modification or alteration to the drone. The Arastelle station is self-sufficient in energy, allowing rapid deployment of captive microdrones everywhere.
Parrot says this additional capacity will allow operators to use the…