Hybrid AI-Powered Navigation for Uncrewed Vehicles

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Bavovna AI-Powered Inertial Navigation for UAV: VTOL, Fixedwing, Multirotor, Quad

Bavovna is a dual-use AI-driven alternative navigation for Uncrewed Aerial Vehicles operating in GNSS-denied and electronic warfare-threatened environments.

Bavovna combines modular hardware and SaaS AI for aerial, surface, and subsurface UV platforms to address malicious and natural challenges to Position, Navigation, and Timing (PNT) systems. 

Bavovna AI Navigation Kit

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Implementation of a Bavovna AI navigation systems for VTOL, Fixed-wing, QuadFPV, Multirotor UAV and more.
VTOL

VTOL

RadioBird UA Defender-001

  • Multi-purpose, all-weather VTOL with SIGINT
  • Up to 250 km range ISR mission in fully autonomous mode
Multi Rotor

Multi Rotor

Aurelia Aerospace X6 Max

  • EW resilient UAV up to 30 km
  • Airborn SIGINT UAV driven by non-GNSS navigation
Quad FPV

Quad FPV

Orqa Quad

  • FPV.One goggle V1/Gen1/Mk1
  • AI solutions for FPV drones
Fixed Wing

Fixed Wing

UnderNDA Customer

  • EW resilient long distance UAV
  • ISR operation Electronic Support

Bavovna AI navigation Latest Updates:

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