Conduct local and remote piloting, livestream to anywhere in the world, capture and manage evidence-grade drone video.
Integrate CAPE-equipped drones into daily workflows for a quicker response to active situations and an evidence-grade record of events. Emergency response teams equipped with drone technology rapidly make informed decisions from a safe distance—ultimately reducing injuries and saving lives.
Safely launch and fly a variety of drones using a built-in pre-flight checklist, predefined or ad hoc geofences and 3D obstacle and collision avoidance.
Simplify FAA approval for a drone-as-a-first-responder (DFR) program by incorporating our controls into your "Risk Mitigation and Emergency Procedure" policy.
Initiate a livestream of drone video, available for viewing by responders en route to an incident or remote command staff, using an Android or iOS device.
Drone video, images and flight information are saved to our secure cloud for easy review and can be shared with the public for transparency.
CAPE is powered by three software applications designed to pilot a local drone, take command of an in-flight drone from anywhere and watch livestreaming video.
On scene, use CAPE Pilot to turn on the drone, create a geofence, verify a pre-flight checklist and fly. The drone is now ready for teleoperation.
Use CAPE Command on a Chrome web browser for drone flight control from the command center and remotely operate via a simple keyboard interface.
Get more eyes on the scene with CAPE Watch. Invite your team to view a drone livestream from any mobile Android or iOS device with very low latency.
Chula Vista uses drone-as-a-first-responder program for de-escalation.