The SkyHopper communication system allows users to control drones with a transmission range that exceeds five kilometres, providing reliable drone control and high definition video transmission.
eLAB is a manufacturer of unmanned vehicles for air, ground and sea, as well as Internet of Things (IoT) devices.
The company caters to many commercial applications, including infrastructure inspection, surveillance, disaster relief and search & rescue applications.
Mobilicom’s solution will be integrated across two of eLAB’s drone platforms, with the production of hundreds of drone systems expected in the coming years.
Given the breadth of applications served by eLAB’s drones, it will be employing multiple SkyHopper units working with each drone simultaneously, leveraging SkyHopper’s point-to-multipoint feature.
Based on eLAB’s estimates, Mobilicom is expecting revenues exceeding $1.4 million as a result of the integration of three SkyHopper units per drone system.
Furthermore, Mobilicom’s achievement of obtaining TELEC certification in Japan enables SkyHopper to be immediately operated, integrated and sold for Japanese drone systems.
The company’s share were trading circa 8% higher intra-day, at $0.14.