ANKARA, TURKEY- As one of the most promising companies in the Turkish UAS and IT Industry, TITRA is joining DLE to collaborate with existing members to assist standardising the drone delivery industry. TITRA has developed a long-range/heavy lifter unmanned/autonomous helicopter ALPİN. Also with the swarm system software developed by Titra in the field of unmanned systems, swarm forces can be created by going beyond the basic mission capabilities of individual unmanned aerial vehicles. With its decentralized control architecture developed with artificial intelligence, deep learning and image processing technologies, it develops portable unmanned platforms that can work in swarms even in areas where there is no data communication. In addition to UAS solutions that company have developed smart health solutions among them MR–AI an AI-assisted decision support system that will detect early diagnosis of aneurysm and stroke diseases. TRIOT, a smart city technology solution that collects and analyses real-time data on the environment and quality of life of cities.

Dr. Davut Yılmaz, the CEO of TITRA said, “The drone industry is the beginning of a more efficient, fast and reliable era in logistics. With their autonomous features, drones will be able to transport materials to remote, dangerous, hard-to-reach areas, as well as places affected by war or infectious diseases. As TITRA, we entered the rapidly developing drone market with our ALPİN Helicopter. In this line of business, interdisciplinary international collaborations are important. Our aim is to become one of the key players in the global market in the field of unmanned helicopters. We believe that by being included in the DLE ecosystem, we will continue our processes much more efficiently and effectively. Our cooperation with DLE will create new opportunities for the ecosystem.”

Drone Logistics Ecosystem™

Drone Logistics Ecosystem (DLE) is a free of charge, global multidisciplinary “quadruple helix” network of Companies, Universities, Public/Government, and Investors to stimulate innovations, collaborations, and standardization in the drone logistics industry.

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