If you have ever flown a drone or have been right near someone for whom it was their first time who either controlled the drone or saw one of these devices, surely you have heard a phrase like ... 'how high he goes ... he goes that if he runs out of battery and falls to the ground'. Irremediably it is a thought that we have all had at some time, a fear that little by little has been solved with software or with systems like For Zero SafeAir.
El problem solving such problems with software It is in that, it is very good that, reached an established battery level, the drone returns to the place from which it has left completely autonomously, a route that must be carried out when it still has a minimum. In case the battery, due to its use, has deteriorated considerably, perhaps that minimum is not enough to make the drone return and end with it falling to the ground from a considerable height.
After a long time of waiting, ParaZero SafeAir hits the market
To try to make the drivers much more secure in this matter, systems like the one have appeared For Zero SafeAir, a kind of parachute from which we spoke a year ago and that it has finally been launched on the market by an Israeli company that claims to have the solution to these types of problems.
As for the system itself, we talk about a chip that constantly controls the state of the drone and it is activated just when the parachute system itself detects that there is a failure in the drone, either just before an imminent collision or a loss of battery. In this situation, as you can see in the video, a fabric is fired that takes less than a second to unfold to make the drone fall as smoothly as possible.