Partnership for Drone Swarming Operations

The partnership between Red Cat Holdings and Sentien Robotics will enable those using Sentien's Hive UAS management platform to deploy Teal Drones as part of a larger autonomous drone swarming strategy By Joseph Macey / 24 Apr 2024
Partnership for Autonomous Drone Swarms
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Red Cat Holdings has partnered with Sentien Robotics to enable organizations with the capability to deploy Teal Drones as part of a larger autonomous drone swarming strategy.

The partnership will enable the companies to provide warfighters with the ability for continuous uninterrupted reconnaissance on enemy targets with drone swarms.

Red Cat’s Teal Drones recently successfully passed electronic warfare (EW) testing in Ukraine against some of the most powerful EW counter unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) technology, and these battlefield-tested drones, coupled with Sentien’s fleet handling capabilities, give warfighters tools and technology they have never had access to before.

George Matus, Red Cat CTO, said; “New technology is dramatically changing the nature of warfare, and those who can integrate defensive and offensive assets across multiple domains and rapidly deploy those capabilities against adversarial targets will gain tactical superiority.

“This agreement with Sentien is a major step toward the autonomous deployment and control of drone swarms from anywhere that can map, surveil and neutralize targets where speed of data and lethal response across a network of connected systems are critical to modern combat teams.”

Brandon Borko, Sentien Robotics CEO, added; “Our goal with the Hive ecosystem is to enable a continuous, mission ready UAS presence from a single hub where a single operator can deploy and control drones from anywhere.

“We want to provide rapidly scalable drone service areas that can be deployed to critical locations such as security and disaster relief sites. In the future you won’t find a person behind a controller for every single drone. You’re going to have fleets of drones performing tasks, supporting humans on the ground, and they will all be flown from ground automation hardware like the Hive.”

According to Red Cat, the company’s agreement with Sentien Robotics and integration with its Hive-Expedition and Hive-XL automated UAS fleet transport and launch vehicles adds to its robust tactical ecosystem of partnerships with leading companies to provide the best solutions to clients for their tactical missions.

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