FLYABILITY: Crash-Proof Autonomous Drone

Gimball likes to make contact. In fact, this small ultralight flying spheroid resembles an insect as it goes around bumping into things. The goal of EPFL researchers was to develop a machine that could operate in extremely chaotic environments without the need for fragile sensors.

Crash-Proof Autonomous Drone

The Ultimate Managed Hosting Platform
A GAME-CHANGING APPROACH TO FLYING…

As Gimball is not disturbed by collisions, it uses obstacles to find its way instead of avoiding them, offering a simple solution to a complex problem.

…DELIVERING AMAZING FEATURES…

Gimball can safely fly indoors and in complex environments, is easy to fly, and can be operated close to humans.

…FOR COUNTLESS APPLICATIONS!

It solves multiple challenges in inspection of industrial facilities, rail and roadways, firefighting, search and rescue, marketing and communication as well as law enforcement!