Tegu seamlessly integrates with the auto-piloted UAV operation system, allowing drones to independently accomplish a variety of tasks.

Utilizing binocular vision, imu, and GPS, our operating system is capable of auto-piloting and obstacle avoidance.

 

The combination of multiple sensors allows drones to auto-pilot in environments that do not have distinct features. It is also capable of object detection, object counting, object tracking, and abnormality detection.

Today’s “Unmanned Aerial Vehicles” are only unmanned in the sky but are still “manned” on the ground.

 

We want drones to fly truly unmanned, both in the sky and on the ground.

Hongyao Wang