Collaboration with IQBRI VERTICALS PRIVATE LIMITED (IQVL)
IQVL is a technology and process partner to implement Drone Training in CANADA
IQVL holds multiple patents related to the field of Aeronautics
WAAM Corp is thrilled to announce its exciting collaboration with IQBRI VERTICALS PRIVATE LIMITED (IQVL). This partnership marks a significant step forward in our mission to innovate and excel in the rapidly evolving landscape of Drone Training. IQVL has extensive expertise in skill training and it has successfully trained 26000+ Candidates globally.
R&D of NALWA 5X eVTOL
NALWA 5X eVTOL is a groundbreaking 5-seater, full electric Vertical take-off and landing capable aircraft (eVTOL) in development by IQVL, in collaboration with renowned technology institutes and leading e-VTOL manufacturers from the United States, that combines efficiency, versatility, and safety.
The NALWA will offer a wide range of potential uses in both military and commercial sectors, showcasing its versatility and adaptability for various applications R&D of EVTOL.
The NALWA 5X EVTOL boasts impressive technical characteristics that set it apart in terms of performance, versatility, and advanced technology.
HIGH SPEED AND EXTENDED RANGE: With a maximum design speed of 400 km/h, the NALWA can swiftly reach its destinations. Its impressive range allows for extended missions, making it suitable for various applications.
AUTONOMOUS OPERATION: With autonomous capabilities for up to 1.5 hours, plus an additional 15 minutes of reserves, the NALWA will offer increased flexibility and operational efficiency.
COMPACT DIMENSIONS: Short span and length enable effortless maneuverability in tight spaces, making it an ideal choice for urban air mobility applications
CUSTOMIZABLE INTERIOR: The interior is fully customizable, providing flexibility and adaptability for various applications. Users can configure the cabin to meet their specific needs,
EFFICIENT PROPULSION: Powered by 12 advanced design, efficient and quieter pivoting electric ducted fans, it suitable for urban air mobility applications
REMARKABLY QUIET OPERATION: Equipped with soundproofing materials and advanced electric ducted fans, the NALWA ensures a remarkably quiet flying experience. This feature aligns perfectly with the requirements of urban air mobility, minimizing noise pollution
REDUCE NOISE TECHNOLOGY: The use of soundproofing materials and state-of-the-art fan blade designs allow for reduce noise levels (60db), to acceptable values for Urban Air Mobility operations.
R&D of Drones
1. Enhanced Autonomy and AI Integration
The integration of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning in drone technology is one of the most significant trends to watch. This development will enable drones to perform complex tasks with minimal human intervention, opening up a world of possibilities in various industries. For example, drones equipped with AI-powered navigation systems can autonomously inspect infrastructure, while AI-based data analysis capabilities can help monitor and manage agricultural yields more effectively.
2. Improved Battery Life and Charging Solutions
Battery life has always been a limiting factor for drones. However, recent advancements in battery technology and charging solutions are set to change this. In 2023, we expect to see drones with longer flight times, thanks to more efficient batteries and innovative charging systems like wireless charging and solar-powered solutions. These improvements will enable drones to perform tasks more efficiently and expand their range of applications.
3. Swarm Technology and Collaborative Drones
Swarm technology is another exciting development in the drone industry. This innovation enables multiple drones to communicate and collaborate in real-time, allowing them to execute tasks more efficiently. Swarm technology has numerous applications, including search and rescue operations, environmental monitoring, and even choreographed entertainment shows. As this technology matures, we can expect to see more collaborative drone solutions in various sectors.
4. Enhanced Safety and Security Features
As drones become more prevalent in our skies, safety and security concerns must be addressed. In response, drone manufacturers are incorporating advanced safety features, such as obstacle avoidance systems, geo-fencing, and remote identification capabilities. These innovations will help ensure the safe integration of drones into the airspace and mitigate potential risks associated with their operation.
5. Growth in Drone-as-a-Service (DaaS) Offerings
Drone-as-a-Service (DaaS) is an emerging business model where companies provide drones and related services to clients on a subscription or pay-per-use basis. This trend is gaining traction as it allows businesses to access cutting-edge drone technology without the upfront investment in equipment and training. In 2023, we expect to see more DaaS providers emerge, catering to a wide range of industries and applications.
6. Proliferation of Counter-Drone Solutions
As drones become more widespread, the need for counter-drone solutions to protect sensitive locations and prevent unauthorized drone use is growing. These systems can detect, track, and mitigate potential drone threats, ensuring the safety and security of critical infrastructure, events, and airspace. Watch for an increase in counter-drone technology deployment in 2023.