An article about AERIAL-CORE in “Tu Noticia Express”

The digital website “Tu Noticia Express” write an article about AERIAL-CORE and the capability to manipulate and inspect power lines. Click here to read the full article
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An article in the journal “20 Minutos” about AERIAL-CORE

AERIAL-CORE is developing pioneering innovations in the field of unmanned aerial vehicles applied to the supervision and maintenance of facilities thanks to artificial intelligence. Anibal Ollero, head of the GRVC and scientific advisor of FADA-CATEC: “AERIAL-CORE is an example of how technology can help people and how innovation is put at the service of society to avoid risks in work at height...
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Expansión: “Spain in the drone sector, leaders both in Europe and globally”

The Spanish newspaper “Expansión”, one of the most important economic press in Spain, analyzes the importance of Spain in the drone sector, leaders both in Europe and globally. Anibal Ollero, head of the GRVC, and the University of Seville had a special mention thanks to the “12 HORIZON2020 projects, 4 national projects and 12 contracts with companies. The AERIAL-CORE project appears in the ...
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Article in Business Insider about the AERIAL-CORE project

Anibal Ollero, head of the GRVC and scientific advisor of FADA-CATEC explained in an interview published in Business Insider the capabilities of the AERIAL-CORE project. Professor Anibal Ollero, explain the three different areas the project is focused on:“The first is inspection at long distances; the second, handling; the third, a new activity that we have called 'aerial co-working', which con...
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EuropaPress: “AERIAL-CORE projects intend to consolidate European leadership in aerial robotics applications”

EuropaPress news agency has published in section PortalTIC about the AERIAL-CORE project. AERIAL-CORE pretend to consolidate European leadership in inspection and maintenance with Artificial Intelligence (AI) Anibal Ollero, head of the GRVC and scientific advisor of FADA-CATEC explained: “It’s an example how technologies can help the people and the innovations is at the service of society to av...
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Anibal Ollero and the AERIAL-CORE project for reduce the risks of working at height

Professor Aníbal Ollero, head of the GRVC, has eexplained for the journal El Español the AERIAL-CORE project. The objective of this project is to develop the technologies necessary for a drone system to be able to inspect and manipulate large facilities in a semi-autonomous way. Professor Anibal Ollero, the project coordinator clarifies: “The aerial robot not only has to take data and images, i...
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