Iris Automation’s onboard multi-camera detect and avoid (DAA) system, Casia® X, will be available for shipping May 21, 2021. Casia X is the only solution for commercial drones and unpiloted aircraft delivering a full 360° radial detection capability using computer vision technology. Originally introduced as Casia 360, Casia X is an evolution of the Casia product line that offers several significant improvements:
– Increased probability of detection performance by 7% and a 12X reduction in false detections, based on nearly 16,000 total real-world manned aircraft encounter flight tests.
– Improved software reliability, for higher overall system uptime.
– A new architecture that will support camera configurations from one to six units to provide flexibility in weight and field of view.
– Visual aircraft encounter replay tooling and log files to help analyze detections and air risk.
Quote from Jason Hardy-Smith, vice president of product at Iris Automation
“The response to Casia X has been phenomenal, and we are thrilled to deliver the product into our customers’ hands. We’ve gained significant feedback and experience since we first announced our 360 degree capability, which has been instrumental in shaping its capabilities for this major global market.”
AviSight, a leader in unmanned industrial inspection and advanced data solutions, has partnered with Iris as a Casia X beta user. The company intends to integrate Casia X into its field testing of long linear inspection operations.
Quote from William O’Donnell, director of operations at AviSight
“Our customers understand that unmanned missions can dramatically enhance efficiencies, reduce costs and improve the overall safety of their infrastructure maintenance and environmental monitoring programs. Technologies like Casia provide us with additional layers of safety, helping us advance toward beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) operations, in close collaboration with federal regulators invested in safe airspace integration. We are excited to be working with the Iris Automation team.”