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SENSYN ROBOTICS, Inc. and ACSL Ltd. have jointly developed an indoor autonomous flight system utilizing "SENSYN CORE" and ACSL's domestically produced "Mini"drone .

Maps can be created using 3D models (design drawings, elevations) on "SENSYN CORE" and automatically flown using "Mini," which performs self-positioning with Visual SLAM, etc.
By automating a series of processes from automatic drone flight along a specified route to uploading, managing, and visualizing the acquired data, the system can significantly improve the efficiency of work conventionally performed by humans, such as inspection and patrol of unmanned building facilities in factories, plants, and construction sites.

Drones usually use satellite positioning systems such as GPS to determine their current location, and work with other sensors to achieve autonomous flight. However, satellite signals are difficult to receive indoors, in basements, tunnels, under bridges, and inside tanks, making positioning either impossible or subject to large positioning errors. Even when using an aircraft capable of self-positioning in non-GPS environments, it was not possible to set intuitive routes by aligning the aircraft's self-position with its position on a map.

The newly developed indoor autonomous flight system enables route setting and display of the aircraft's self-position on a map with a 3D model, dramatically improving usability. The system is expected to be used for large equipment inspections in factories, inventory control in distribution warehouses, security at large commercial facilities, and progress management of properties under construction, thereby making these operations more remote.

sensyn_core_indoor3D map on SENSYN CORE. Intuitive flight path creation is possible while viewing this screen.

Drones used for indoor autonomous flight systems

SENSYN ROBOTICS and ACSL will continue to advance the remoteness and sophistication of patrols and safety management, and develop solutions that can contribute to solving manpower shortages and ensuring worker safety, which is also a social issue.


Our mission is to evolve what is considered “commonplace” in society with the power of robotics. It is under this mission that we have continued to take on pressing challenges in regards to specific social issues in various fields focused on facility inspections, disaster response, and security and surveillance by achieving the full automation of work with the power of robotics since our establishment in October 2015.

URL: https://www.sensyn-robotics.com/en

*SENSYN CORE is registered trademark of Sensyn Robotics, Inc. The company, product and service names given in this document are the registered trademarks or trademarks of those companies.