San Diego-based Edgybees today announced the launch of Argus, its API-based developer platform that makes it easy to add augmented reality features to live video feeds.
- April 2, 2019 In the news
- April 2, 2019 In the news
The platform is designed to allow developers and engineers at industrial sites to implement AR capabilities quickly to help workers increase situational awareness in operational environments such as in the field, work sites and warehouses
- March 26, 2019 In the news
Things like spontaneous fires – like house fires – need quick information at the scene. Augmented reality can help with both of these things. The Menlo Park Fire Department uses a technology called EdgyBees, which overlays video feeds with information needed to fight fires, like maps, building layouts, points of interest and more.
- February 26, 2019 In the news
Young startups and tech heavyweights alike are working to get a jump on offering 5G applications as the networks are built out. A look at five small companies to watch.
Edgybees and HCL Technologies to Showcase Life-Saving Drone Technology at the 2019 World Economic ForumJanuary 24, 2019 In the news
Visual intelligence technology start-up teams up with next-generation technology company to demonstrate versatile augmented reality drone software to global leaders at Davos
Meet Edgybees – the tech start-up using augmented reality in search and rescue operations, and helping US Air ForceJanuary 9, 2019 In the news
Augmented reality is a technology more commonly associated with Pokemon Go and Snapchat filters, but Edgybees has found numerous real-life use cases for the technology – including search and rescue operations, military missions and broadcast. CEO Adam Kaplan explains how it works to Dan Robinson.
- January 8, 2019 In the news
A record-breaking delegation of Israeli innovators are joining more than 180,000 hi-tech professionals and 4,400 companies in Las Vegas on Tuesday as the four-day Consumer Electronics Show – the world’s largest technology gathering – gets under way.
- January 6, 2019 In the news
- November 17, 2018 In the news
In the fight against Northern California’s Camp Fire, a California startup called Edgybees uses augmented reality (AR) overlay of drone footage with 3D mapping technology to give first responders real-time footage of their surroundings.
- November 6, 2018 In the news
A development by a US-based Israeli company was successfully applied by first responder teams during the recent Hurricane Michael events in Florida. The platform combines 3D mapping, data, and live video from UAVs and other aerial platforms.
The drone and augmented reality startup Edgybees for critical situational awareness during rescue missions has developed a real-time platform that relays vital information over video captured by drones to help lead rescue efforts in natural disasters and public safety incidents.
I droni commerciali sono ormai ampiamente impiegati in una di serie settori. Dalla fotografia e dalla consegna dei prodotti alla modellistica e all’agricoltura. Un mercato che ha un enorme potenziale ed è cresciuto esponenzialmente negli ultimi anni.
Initially developed and used mainly for military combat, unmanned aircraft and drones have become widely adopted in a variety of industries. From photography and product delivery to modelling and agriculture, the commercial drone market holds tremendous potential and has grown exponentially in recent years . According to a PwC study, as of this year the global non-military drone market is valued at $127 billion.
As a top developer of drone technology, and a leading global exporter of military drones, Israel has leveraged its know-how to develop a significant commercial drone market, with some startups in the industry generating international headlines for their innovative tech solutions.
- October 23, 2018 In the news
The California-based Edgybees, which developed a real-time platform that relays vital information over video captured by drones to help lead rescue efforts in natural disasters and public safety incidents, says it communicated closely with affected clients in the lead-up to the hurricane to make sure its solutions could be deployed speedily after the storm hit the Florida Panhandle earlier this month.
- October 23, 2018 In the news
Can a drone gaming company deliver commercial solutions? If you ask today’s guest, he would surely say, “Yes it can.” Menashe Haskin is Co-Founder and CTO of EdgyBees, an augmented reality company that fuses pioneering 3D video generation, computer vision and multi-sensor data analysis to solve real-world problems.
- October 21, 2018 In the news
Talk about why we need to focus more on the data drones are gathering rather than the drones themselves is becoming pervasive, and all it is being driven by the need to see this technology create answers for a given issue or workflow. Drones can gather vast and detailed amounts of information, but that information needs to be able to influence how decisions are made in the short and long term. It’s a process that has been challenging for many, and is one of the reasons that the Augmented Real-time Intelligence™ solution from Edgybees caught our attention.
Airborne Response Teams with Edgybees and UgCS to Provide UAS Software to Public Safety Agencies Responding to Hurricane FlorenceSeptember 12, 2018 In the news
Edgybees First Response and UgCS flight software will assist responders with drones to conduct aerial search and rescue operations in devastated areas of the impact zone
- September 7, 2018 In the news
We developed the world’s first dedicated AR technology for high speed moving platforms, providing highly contextual visual presence of non-tangible intelligence
- August 27, 2018 In the news
These eyes in the sky may become firefighters’ best tools for combating one of the worst wildfire seasons in state history.
- August 19, 2018 In the news
- Edgybees is offering its augmented reality and 3D mapping solution to militaries
- The solution can help armed forces quickly highlight critical infrastructure
As wildfires sweep California amid what’s been an uncharacteristically early and hot summer, some fire departments have turned to Augmented Reality to keep personnel in the field informed. It’s a trial by fire (if you’ll excuse a bad pun) for AR, a technology that’s finally beginning to emerge as more than a novelty.
As large swathes of California continue to be consumed by wildfires, some fire departments have turned to Augmented Reality to keep personnel in the field informed with real-time updates and information.
Situational awareness is key. Getting as much information about a situation as possible is vital for assessing the right way to approach a dangerous area or event. Having a stream of data to help inform the user can make or break any situation.
- August 14, 2018 In the news
Edgybees was founded to make software for drone hobbyists, but its augmented reality programs adapted well for emergency responders.
Motorola Solutions and Edgybees will demonstrate at Critical Communications World 2018 taking place 15-17 May in BerlinMay 14, 2018 In the news
Together with Edgybees, a company in which Motorola recently invested in, Motorola Solutions will demonstrate at CCW in Berlin the ways in which augmented reality integrated with live drone footage can provide an immersive experience for control room and incident managers.
- May 10, 2018 In the news
Edgybees, whose technology enables augmented reality on high speed platforms such as drones and cars, today announced that it has won the Techsauce Israel Innovation Challenge. The event, organized by Upround Ventures and Singtel Innov8, with participation by GE Ventures, startup advisor, Hillel Fuld and media partner, Silicon Dragon Ventures, identified the startups most relevant for SE Asian markets. Edgybees will represent Israel at the Techsauce Global Summit, a tech event focused on uniting East and West, in Bangkok, June 22-23, 2018. The event will showcase startups from 19 cities across Asia Pacific with Israel as the 20th country selected. Participants include SE Asia’s leading enterprises ranging from banking, telco, retail, manufacturing, utilities and property, along with strategic investors and tech enthusiasts.
- May 8, 2018 In the news
EdgyBees’ technology was used post-Hurricane Irma and California’s Wine Country wildfires to save lives. Menashe Haskin, the company’s CTO, explains Edgybees is utilizing AR software and drone tech to assist rescue workers on the ground. C-Suite TV host Natalie Erlich reports from Israel.
- May 3, 2018 In the news
XPONENTIAL 2018–DENVER. Augmented-reality (AR) platform developer Edgybees — based in Beit Herut, Israel — is showcasing its new life-saving drone technology at the AUVSI Xponential show in Denver this week.
- April 3, 2018 In the newsFirst responders are using augmented reality technology from a California-based company to make their operations more efficient. Edgybees developed software that overlays information such as street names and distress signals onto maps and live-streamed video, said Adam Kaplan, company CEO. ...
- March 26, 2018 In the newsAn Israeli startup that combines Augmented Reality technology and drones has become a serious aid tool for first responders on rescue missions and disasters zones, especially across the United States. ...
- February 27, 2018 In the newsFunding by OurCrowd, Verizon Ventures, Motorola Solutions Venture Capital, and 8VC will enable expansion into new verticals, including defense, smart cities, automotive and broadcast media ...
- Augmented reality and drones. It sounds like a match made in entertainment heaven, but one company is using the combination of drone technology and AR to help save lives across the world. ...
- It’s one thing to dispatch a drone when an accident happens to get an aerial overview of what’s happening on the ground, but you get far better situational awareness if you can use augmented reality (AR) to add the names of roads, the location of key personnel, cars and other assets to that view. That’s what Edgybees, a Santa Clara-based startup that current specializes in AR for drones, offers first responders. Its system has already been used by emergency teams during the Northern California wildfires and hurricane floods in Florida. ...
- Edgybees, a Californian startup offering augmented reality solutions for “high speed” platforms like drones and cars, has won a $5.5 million Seed funding round. The investment was raised from Motorola Solutions Venture Capital, Verizon Ventures, OurCrowd, 8VC, NFX and Aspect Ventures. ...
- High-speed augmented reality (AR) startup Edgybees Ltd. announced on Wednesday the completion of a $5.5 million Seed round. Motorola Solutions Venture Capital, the investment arm of data communication company Motorola Solutions, Inc., Verizon Ventures, and equity crowdfunding company OurCrowd Management Ltd. participated in the round, as did venture capital firms 8VC, NFX, and Aspect Ventures. ...
Originally designed as a racing game for drone enthusiasts, Edgybees' AR app is now a vital technology for the emergency services in times of disaster....
- September 18, 2017 In the newsAnother advancement in drone technology has been made, as an augmented reality technology company based in Israel has been supplying the equipment and the augmented reality software for drones for the first responders working on the frontline of the Hurricane Harvey efforts last week. ...
- September 15, 2017 In the news...An augmented reality technology company, Edgybees has been providing augmented reality (AR) software for the drones being used by first responders in the Hurricane Harvey relief efforts. Drones are already providing a valuable asset for first responders in speeding up the search for survivors. However, the emergency relief efforts are hindered by poor visibility and mapping technology.
DJI: San Francisco Bay Area Water Rescue Team Uses Drones in continued Search and Rescue Operations around Houston, Texas.September 1, 2017 In the news... One project we are already working on is the AR (Augmented Reality) overlay of real-time information over the live video stream coming from our drones. Israeli Edgybees is one of the leaders in this space and the team, with the input from public safety, has been working hard on making this happen. ...