The Flying Labs network is growing—fast! And while it’s very exciting to see the growing interest in the Flying Labs, as the network expands, so does the fleet of drones, pilots and local/national compliance requirements.
There are now more than 20 Flying Labs members with over 30 pilots and drones. Flying Labs use multi-rotor, fixed wing flying drones, as well as underwater remotely operated vehicles (ROV), such as the PowerRay. WeRobotics standard operating procedures—as well as a growing number of Civil Aviation Authorities—require pilots to document their flight plans, log their flight time, track their drone maintenance schedule and issue incident reports. This process can be complex at the individual level and overwhelmingly complicated when compounded by the different Flying Labs’ drone platforms and differing local rules.
How do you support 20+ flight operations, with different hardware and software, track the fleet to notify pilots if a part needs to be replaced, all the while ensuring compliance across various countries and regulatory environments?
In other words, how do you support 20+ flight operations, with different hardware and software, track the fleet to notify pilots if a part needs to be replaced, all the while ensuring compliance across various countries and regulatory environments?
To solve this challenge, we’re thrilled to partner with DroneLogbook to help Flying Labs to manage their flight logs, drone fleet and accessories more effectively. DroneLogbook will simplify the Flying Labs drone operations, make automatic flight logging and mission planning a breeze (they are compatible with most flight log file format), can issue compliance reports in seconds and much more!
Thanks to this partnership, Amrita will be able to log her PowerRay’s dive on DroneLogbook the same way that Leonel will log his Phantom 4’s flight or Yussuf’s eBee.