Skydio has begun shipping its X2, the public sector and enterprise version of its self-flying drone, complete with a custom new controller with much further range. Announced last year, the X2 takes the autonomous AI pilot tech that Skydio developed for its consumer drones, and packages it into a foldable, longer-flying version with a selection of different cameras.
It’s sturdier and can fly further than the regular Skydio 2 drone, with an eye on markets like search & rescue, security, asset inspection, and surveys.
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