Airobotics Offers Resources in Supporting the Houston Region to Mitigate Spread of Coronavirus

April 14, 2020 – Houston, Texas – Leading aerial data and automated drones startup, Airobotics, is offering its services in support of safe remote operations to help mitigate the spread of the coronavirus in the Houston-region and enable continuous operations of critical businesses.

By serving as a valuable resource for remote real-time sensing, Airobotics automated system provides professionals in critical infrastructure sectors, including the oil & gas and emergency services sectors, with an effective tool for safe remote operations such as live aerial broadcasting. Airobotics’ fully automated system can make work safer by separating man from machine, and providing real-time, aerial data to assist critical infrastructure professionals.

“We plan to do everything in our power to help Houston and neighboring regions,” said Ran Krauss, Airobotics’ CEO and Co-Founder. “Airobotics is committed to supporting the Houston region’s critical infrastructure and emergency services, during this time of crisis. We have shifted our resources to enhance safe remote operations and support first responders if needed.”

To learn more on how Airobotics can assist your team, please email us at All inquiries to be qualified.

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About Airobotics

Airobotics has developed a pilotless drone solution, the first of its kind in the global market. Airobotics provides an end-to-end, fully automatic solution for collecting aerial data and gaining invaluable insights. The industrial grade platform is available on-site and on-demand, enabling industrial facilities to access premium aerial data in a faster, safer, more efficient way.

The team at Airobotics fuses expertise in aerospace hardware design, robust electronic systems, leading software engineering, and years of experience in commercial drone operations. This varied experience has allowed them to design a solution suited to address the needs of the world’s most complex industrial environments. To learn more, visit: and follow us on LinkedIn or Twitter.