The scientific team of Sky Tronic: Boguslaw Szlachetko, PhD and Michal Lower, PhD gave an interview at Radio Wroclaw during Project Science radio broadcast. The interview covered the effects of tests of novel fuzzy logic steering controller on flying motorcycle, Hoverbike and its applications for more stable and safe flights of drones for search, rescue, transport and monitoring of construction sites. Interview available in Polish with link
Bogusław Szlachetko, PhD and Michał Lower, PhD, the scientific team and founders of Sky Tronic were awarded with 12th place in the ranking of “50 Most Creative in Business in 2017” of Brief.pl magazine during the ceremony awards in Multikino Cinema at Zlote Tarasy in Warsaw on June 27, 2018.
Sky Tronic was declared a winner of Start-up Economy Award at Forum of Vision of Growth awards ceremony in Gdynia Arena Hall. The event which took place on 25-26 June, 2018 in Gdynia, Poland is the biggest economy conference in Northern Poland and consisted of discussion panels about Polish economy with the contribution of experts, corporations, startups, Polish Prime Minister and Minister of Entrepreneurship and Technology.
Sky Tronic received the special award of Polish Microentreprenuer of 2017 competition during the gala at Warsaw Stock Exchange on June 20, 2018. Polish Microentreprenuer of 2017 competition is part of Citi Microentrepreneurship Awards organised by Citi Foundation for the most innovative startups employing no more than 10 employees.
Unmanned helicopters carrying out search and rescue operations in the mountains might seem like a sci-fi movie, yet Sky Tronic is in the process of making it happen. Difficult terrain and inclement weather conditions prevent aircraft with standard controls from flying. Sky Tronic is developing AI algorithms based on the fuzzy logic principle, which will enable stable and safe navigation regardless of conditions.