Roei Ganzarski: Bye Aerospace Tests BoldIQ Software on HALE UAV in ‘Ever Changing’ UAV Operating Environment

naval-drone-stock-photoBye Aerospace has demonstrated an unmanned aerial vehicle that uses BoldIQ software built to optimize operations of the high-altitude, long-endurance hybrid aircraft.

The evaluation subjected all four Silent Guardian UAVs to hundreds of mission scenarios across seven million square miles of airspace, Bye Aerospace said Thursday.

“The UAV operating environment is ever changing and is constantly being impacted by numerous factors both in planning and in real-time, ” said Roei Ganzarski, BoldIQ president and CEO. “Compounding this complexity is the harsh environment of shrinking budgets.”

Silent Guardians are designed to perform intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance activities for military and civilian applications.

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