IO

FAMILY

AUTONOMOUS COPTERS,
AUTONOMOUS ROVERS,
AND MORE...
 

Ready-to-use autonomous vehicles

Sets of opensource vehicles. 

AIR Vehicles

ONE.IO

IO ONE DRONE

W-Shaped Quadcopter

Autonomy

Weight

PAYLOAD

DISCOVER

PLUS.IO

IO_PLUS

W-Shaped Quadcopter

Autonomy

Weight

PAYLOAD

DISCOVER

DUO.IO

IO DUO-min

Dual Rotor Heli

Autonomy

Weight

PAYLOAD

DISCOVER

Want a custom one ?

Custom payload integration, specific software development, mechanical design – Ask us !

From The Blog

IO Drones, Opensource Autonomous Vehicles

Discover IO Drone family, geared for developers, researchers and professionals who desire a fast path to getting applications airborne.   IO Drones are opensource platform that embedded the most advanced hadware and software available on the market    
Read More

Cognitive precision farming by IBM/Drotek

(Origin post) We’re running out of food. In about 30 years, the world will have more people than our farms can support. Right now we could feed everyone—if we could distribute all of the food we have. But that won’t be true by 2050, according to the Global Harvest Initiative and other sources. We can’t farm much
Read More

Differential Pressure Sensors SDP3x for Drones

In many drone applications the airspeed is an important information for reliable and controlled take off, landing and flight. The airspeed is most effectively measured with a pitot tube and a differential pressure sensor. Recently, PX4 integrated the differential pressure sensors sdp3x into an airspeed sensor development kit for VTOL and fixed wing UAV applications, which is fully integrated
Read More

From The Blog

IO Drones, Opensource Autonomous Vehicles

Discover IO Drone family, geared for developers, researchers and professionals who desire a fast path to getting applications airborne.   IO Drones are opensource platform that embedded the most advanced hadware and software available on the market    
Read More

Cognitive precision farming by IBM/Drotek

(Origin post) We’re running out of food. In about 30 years, the world will have more people than our farms can support. Right now we could feed everyone—if we could distribute all of the food we have. But that won’t be true by 2050, according to the Global Harvest Initiative and other sources. We can’t farm much
Read More