Easy Guard

The Easy Guard enables the launch of the Easy Drone from a remote location. The drone takes-off automatically and autonomously, performs a pre-planned mission and returns to safe landing using a precision landing mechanism. The mission is planned and controlled using the Global ARC cloud-based software. The Easy Guard launch pad is an all-weather housing that guards the drone from environmental conditions keeping the drone dry and ready for long periods of time waiting to be called to action.

Charging technique
The Easy Guard launch pad has its own battery that is charged either through the electric grid or using solar panels. The base of the launch pad has contacts for the drone landing gear through which the drone battery is charged. The mechanical part of the positioning system of the drone inside the housing is an Easy Aerial patent (PATENT 62/427,512[US]).

The commands to Easy Guard (to open and launch the drone) are sent through radio communication, cellular communication or satellite communication (via iridium network).

Precision landing
GPS to guide the drone to the proximity of the launch pad. Final stage precision landing is achieved using the IR-LOCK board and camera that is integrated into the drone. Lastly, mechanical part of the launchpad positions the drone in the exact place for charging.
The Easy Guard system is a unique state-of-the-art product that enables the remote launch of drones. Using this system it is possible to activate any number of drones at a given time and anywhere in the world from a command center. The drones will take-off automatically and will perform autonomous pre-planned missions. All the data collected by the drones can be send in real-time to the monitors in the command center. There is currently no other product like that on the market.

Base Station Specs:

  • Automated tilted roof opening and closing.
  • Auto direct charging upon landing.
  • Powerful internal PC for future capabilities.
  • Dimensions: 48” Wide X 48” Long X 40” Tall.
  • Weight: ~ 80 lb.
  • Cellular connectivity for remote areas.
  • Cable network connectivity if applicable.
  • Waterproof against rain and snow.
  • UPS backup power for emergency operations.
  • Sensors for remote health monitoring of the base station.
  • Sensors for environmental conditions outside the base station (temperature, wind velocity and direction).