Astral AR didn’t just solve a problem, they invented an industry: the world’s most advanced drone piloting system and safety tech for next-gen public good. They build a neuromechanical, robotically-enhanced, limited mass customization, long-range drone piloting system. They give pilots telepresence: the ability to be in two places at once, via immersive augmented reality (AR).
Astral AR’s drones are specifically designed as lifesaving tools for rescue operations and public safety. For example, “Charlie” is a firedrone for both urban and wilderness/rural fire departments, and “Edna” is a bullet-stopping drone for law enforcement. Bottom line: maximum survival for all involved.
The only U.S. owned and operated drone tech company that stores its data on U.S. servers, Astral AR can provide these tools to governmental agencies in compliance with the law. Their customers are primarily local/state/federal public service agencies, as well as enterprise companies and international governments.
A minority-, woman-, disabled-, and veteran-owned business, Astral’s motto is: “Diversity, Transparency, and Saving The World.” An open and distributed company, most of Astral AR’s employees work remotely, with offices in Austin, Texas and Chicago, Illinois. It’s a diverse team of individuals — over seven are bilingual, ages range from early 30s to early 60s, and the extended team includes 15 kids, 14 cats, and 8 dawgs.