Indemni, an Anchorage, Alaska-based company, was built for drone operators by drone operators. The company develops drone parachute safety solutions, allowing for certified, commercial "flight over people." The company's system provides UAV recovery systems through a parachute system capable of deploying in 14 milliseconds, creating an equivalent speed of 140 mph and includes capabilities like mechanical engineering, prototype fabrication, electrical engineering, embedded systems coding, and RF welding.
The use of reliable parachute technology for small drones allows drone operators to safely and reliably fly over people, as well as sensitive locations. The company joined DJI in a safety partnership in 2017, to develop industry parachute standards as well as parachute systems that can deploy if a drone encounters flight anomalies, reducing the potential energy of impact.
Indemnis believes drones and vertical flight vehicles are the future to the expansion of industries and human transportation. To help companies developing new drone and VTOL aircraft, Indemnis offers custom integrations of their parachute safety systems into OEM aircraft and drone designs.
The company is brand agnostic and works to integrate the systems into a vehicle in a way that can push the boundaries of what is possible for specialized recovery and parachute system projects. The company's capabilities include prototype fabrication, electrical engineering, embedding systems coding, and RF welding.
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