XTEND autonomous drone range is now fully NDAA-compliant
XTEND, the developer of XOS human-guided autonomous operating system for drones and robots, says its own range of XTENDER, Wolverine, and Griffon drones have achieved full NDAA compliance. The Israeli company now plans to ramp up production at its Florida facility with an aim to equip the government with more than US-made 1,000 drones over the next two years.
XTEND’s drones allow operators to perform highly accurate maneuvers and actions in varied environments with minimal training. The company’s patented XOS operating system fuses human intelligence and machine autonomy in a manner that enhances an operator’s abilities.
According to the company, hundreds of XTEND drones are already operationally deployed worldwide in industries including defense, homeland security, industrial inspection, and public safety.
“Our compliance with the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) further strengthens XTEND’s ongoing collaboration with the US…