Eyesee, an inventory drone solution

Eyesee is the only full autonomous drone to realize inventory in warehouses. After three years of research and development, in collaboration with Squadrone and FM Logistics, the first prototype is ready for beta-tests.
Earlier this year, Eyesee had been rewarded during the CES Las Vegas and the CES Asia.

Eyesee, a supply chain solution

Eyesee is a drone solution designed to automate inventory-taking and inventory control in warehouses. Hardis Group, the Eyesee software publisher teamed up with Squadrone System to develop a fully assisted indoor drone, and international warehousing, transport and packaging leader FM Logistic to test the solution in real-life conditions in its warehouses. As CES Honoree 2018, Eyesee team will be present to the CES Las Vegas in january.

 

 

Benefits of the solution

1 operator, 1 drone, 1 tablet

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*5 drone operators & 5 managers to organize the inventory

Rapid ROI
Flexible
Easy to use
Requires fewer human and material resources
Safe
Increases productivity
Improve inventory accuracy

FM Logistic says

FM logistic“The aim of FM Logistic’s innovation initiative is to use technology to help operations and our customers. To achieve this, we are working with Hardis Group on the operational pilot phase of Eyesee to make it a safe, user-friendly tool which delivers business functionality with an economic business case.”
Patrick Bellart – FM Logistic

Technical characteristics

Drone Dimensions

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360° anti-collision sensor + approaching object detector

Movement
3 sensors on each movement axis

Data acquisition
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Software Characteristics

 

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On-board autopilot software

 

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Eyesee Android mobile mission performance application

 

cloud_saas_0Eyesee back office application (compatible with all WMS and ERP)

Contact

 

 

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