Project Ceres received a Global Nomination.
Create an app that will enable small drone operators to know more about specific weather parameters, local terrain and no fly zones within a five-mile radius of their GPS location.
Nowadays, the drone market is exponentially growing, new users often want to fly their drone immediately after purchasing it. This creates dangerous situations as they aren’t used to flying these machines.
Our aim with Project Ceres is to avoid those dangerous situations, we do this by constantly monitoring each drone by using its GPS coordinates and keeping track of the various dangers that may occur during the flight, such as:
We have developed a solution using a web server which receives a GPS position from the drone, makes a request to get the weather data, processes it to get a current risk percentage and calculates a logarithmic regression to show the risk prediction for the next 15 seconds as well as the real time location of the drone.
The advantages of our solution is that we don’t need complicated drones to make it work, just a basic sensorless GPS capable drone.
Because all the calculations are done on our server, our solution is completely distributed and we accept web, desktop and mobile clients
Google Maps API
Amazon Web Services