Fully automating the drone workflow

Delft Aerial Robotics (DAR)’s mission is to build a fully autonomous network of drones, able to deliver data and services without human interaction.  DAR understands that in order to utilize drone technology to its fullest extent, humans must be taken completely out of the loop.

To achieve this, DAR invests in start-ups that solve particular challenges in the operation of fully autonomous drones, such as deployability or situational awareness.  In addition to funding, DAR provides its portfolio companies with necessary facilities and expertise, through its own team of experts and through TU Delft, a proud shareholder in DAR.  DAR is also a member of RoboValley, an initiative to coordinate robotics innovation between public, private, and academic entities.



Friday, September 30th, 2016 at 1:02pm
Happy Fri-Yay from DAR! Kick off your weekend with these amazing #drone views https://t.co/cXDzLHaLWF
Friday, September 30th, 2016 at 12:23pm
The @microuav team placed 2nd at @uavchallenge this week, and our #CTO Bart won the Airmanship Award! https://t.co/QRhRPnQK01 DARdrones photo
Friday, September 30th, 2016 at 8:01am
The next step after #drones? Flying Ubers! https://t.co/ap8GbHT6rh
Thursday, September 29th, 2016 at 3:15pm
From @Forbes: #drones reduce the average time of construction projects, and number of errors https://t.co/jUS1sQmj0K