Enord and IIIT-Delhi Work Together on Drone Technology Research
Enord, a drone technology business, and the Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology (IIIT-Delhi) have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to conduct joint research in the Drone directional control.
An official announcement states that the collaboration’s goal is to create reliable algorithms that will allow for improved drone autonomy in areas where GPS is not available. In accordance with the National Mission on Drones, “Our collaboration with Enord will enable the development of indigenous technology to assist the expansion of the Indian drone market.”
Interdisciplinary Cyber-Physical Systems,” said Sanat K. Biswas, the project’s lead researcher. In order to boost production and save operating costs, he continued, autonomous drone use is fast expanding in the fields of agriculture, defence, power, and telecommunication.
According to Biswas, the market had an estimated value of Rs 6,700 crores in FY20 and is predicted to expand 14.5% by 2026.
Enord’s co-founder Muhammad Anas also disclosed that the business will launch a $1.5 million Pre-Seed Round on January 20, 2023, the occasion of its second anniversary. Launch of the OET centre by Cambridge University Press and Assessment in Chandigarh.