Auterion’s New Drone OS Simplifies ISR Missions
Auterion Releases Improved Operating System and Mission Control Software
by DRONELIFE Staff Writer Ian M. Crosby
Open source operating system developer Auterion has released new and improved versions of the Auterion Operating System (OS) and the Auterion Mission Control (AMC), providing simplified operations and an enhanced user experience for users performing Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) operations.
Auterion’s New Drone OS: A More Seamless Experience
The integration of Auterion’s platform components, the precise trajectory patterns and payload command triggers made possible by AMC, and the onboard software-managed payload behavior make conducting operations within extended and dynamic environments significantly easier.
“Our team works hard to offer operators a seamless experience on their missions by integrating and simplifying every aspect of drone hardware and software,” said Auterion’s vice president of engineering, Markus…