AviSight hasrecently unveiled its proprietary C3UBE Command Center. This mobile command center enables unmanned Beyond Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS) data collection and near real-time data streaming from almost any point within any critical infrastructure network.
“The C3UBE will transform the industrial inspection industry. We are talking about the equivalent of going from The Flintstones to The Jetsons,” said J.B Bernstein, CEO of AviSight. “This represents a true generational paradigm shift for industrial inspections in efficiency, data actionability and of course, safety.”
The C3UBE Command Center enables unmanned Beyond Visual Line of Sight data collection. (Courtesy AviSight)
This mobile command and distribution center allows for the flight of unmanned aerial systems and is designed to not only allow AviSight to reach the maximum BVLOS distances permitted today, but also to expand its range for UAS operations as limits increase in the national airspace. In addition, it enables near-real-time transmission of data and imagery, which can be disseminated live to anywhere in the world via its proprietary distribution network located at Switch’s Tier 4 data center. It is with this advancement that AviSight is starting to see a clear path by which UAS can supplant helicopters and other manned aviation assets.
The three Cs in C3UBE stand for command, control, and communications. The C3UBE will continue to fuel growth for the company in the oil, gas, power, transportation, and telecommunications sectors. It is manufactured in Las Vegas in partnership with Xtreme Manufacturing, part of the Ahern Rentals, Inc. family, a world leader in industrial machinery manufacturing. •