DB2’s goal was to create an innovative video streaming application that is multitasking, multi-functional and accessible to a wide audience.
We made our solution universal. Consumers can easily use it for entertainment purposes, plus it is ideal in emergencies where there is a need to cover a substantial area from a height in real-time.
Interface design, Technical Conculting, User Experience design, iOS development, Website development
While developing our application, we carefully analyzed some of the best ideas realized in the field of streaming video solutions. We also utilized all our expertise, to make the user experience as efficient and enjoyable as possible.
Allow your viewers to download the stream once finished to your profile and/or your smart devices camera reel. Perfect for creatives to start work on the rough-cuts until they receive delivery of the high-resolution finished product, or those that wish to analyse the stream closely.
DB2 has created this feature to allow the pilot and viewers the ability to track the location of the drone and enables the pilot to correct its route. These options are invaluable when using a drone for rescue activities and in emergencies.
Pilot can choose to display the battery life and geo-location to the viewers. Great for those based away from the site the drone is operating within. Having a map to indicate where the drone currently is will allow SAR teams and emergency service personnel to swiftly react to something a drone may have found.
Perfect for creatives to start work on the rough-cuts until they receive delivery of the high-resolution finished product, or those that wish to analyse the stream closely.
The well-thought-out architecture allowed DB2 to create a stable application with rapid feedback. Take a look inside our app, to see how it is designed.
CEO & Co-Founder DRONESTREAM
When I first contacted DB2 with the brief for the app I knew it would be a challenging undertaking. The app involved some creativity that had not yet been attempted to date, and would mean DB2 would have to pave a new way to build this solution. As development progressed the team kept me updated via Skype and not once did they hit a brick wall. All the challenges surrounding this project they overcame with outstanding results.