With a team of well-rounded, experienced, and proven professionals, UZipTM is positioned well to disrupt the drone business landscape through innovations and solution integrations with Blockchain, Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML), IoT, and Virtual Reality/ Augmented Reality (AR/VR).
We help organizations that recognize the importance and potential of Drone solutions and applications, but struggle to find skilled engineers to implement and maintain. Our teams will help you strategize and identify the right opportunity, create affordable Drone solutions, and make your company Drone-enabled instantly using our Drone-as-a-Service (DaaSTM) platform.
A wide-range of patent-pending technologies are used to provide novel and ease-to-use Drone solutions at an optimum total-cost-of-ownerhip (TCO) for each application areas. They range from our hybrid aerospace architecture and design of the actual Drone itself to our unique RTK design for GPS spatial accuracy. They also include technologies using Blockchain to facilitate the exchange of goods/services of all member participants on the platform and using our UZipTM Privacy Lock (UPL) to protect and secure the necessary information satisfying the current and future Privacy Acts in US. Europe, and soon to be in Asia.
Furthermore, our firmware can be audited and provides an additional security layer to satisfy requirements of some countries that do not want security backdoors. These backdoor firmware codes potentially exist in some widely available drones in the current global market. More info about UZipTM Privacy Lock (UPL) available at this document.
The Drone Uniform Integrated Services (DUISTM ) Platform is a key component that is built on top of the Blockchain Crypto Coin (BCC) main platform. DUISTM provides a number of interconnected services (both commercial and non-commercial), which are necessary for mass application of drones in urban environment, farming environment and other places that may be unsecured and/or unsafe for drones to fly from the point of view of flight precision and safety. DUISTM takes all the advantages of all existing key infrastructure features (coins, KYC, digital wallets, etc.) from the BCC main platform.
This DUISTM provides the new design and implementation of drones services and uses the Drone-as-a-Service (DaaSTM) ideology business model for the ever-expanding global uses of drones. It acts as an economic bonding medium (aka marketplace) among all related parties: drone owners, end-users who have a need to use drones services, and third parties who manufacture drones and/or develop drones applications and services. DUISTM is applicative for:
- Drone owners and developers;
- People and organizations who are interested in the use of drones for an ever-expanding range of tasks;
- Organizations that operate drones and develop new system solutions based on the drones deployed in the market;
More info on this patented pending DUISTM and BCC platforms can be found at this White paper.
Agriculture use of drones
With millions of acres of farmlands across the world in need of applying fertilizers and pesticides, our patent-pending Drone-as-a-Service (DaaSTM) solution addresses many shortcomings of current drones in the market. Our drone offers higher payload, longer flight time, intuitive pilot control with high-precision and at a much lower cost. Our on-the-ground data in Vietnam has shown that with an average charged fee of $10 per hectare of farmlands (or $4.5 per acre), our patent-pending Drone-as-a-Service (DaaSTM) solution can provide to farmers certain cost savings along with many tangibles and intangible benefits. Beside the delivery speed of 40 times better than traditional delivery methods, our DaaSTM solution uses 95% less water, 30% less pesticides, and saves 28 labor units per hectare of farmlands from chemical exposures.
To evaluate the effectiveness of spraying pesticides on rice by Drone, compared to traditional spraying (hand-spray). An experiment on a rice field (1 ha) was conducted in Bac Ninh (Vietnam), Winter-Spring crop in 2018, the result is:
|Insecticide / spray method||Volume of pesticides to be used (liters / ha)||Volume of water to be used (liters / ha)||Spray time (minutes / ha)|
|Nixcher 100ME / Drone||0,98||20||15|
|Nixcher 100ME / Hand-spray||1,4||440||420|
Rice yields of the field sprayed pesticides with Drone increased by 10% compared to the field hand-sprayed, click here to download full report.
Through our local partnerships and community in our DaaSTM platform, our solution helps millions of small farmers to efficiently grow better for our social benefits and to effectively feed our ever-hungry growing world. Furthermore, our state-of-the-art DaaSTM platform provides the needed traceability features of our food supply chain to enhance the food consumption safety choices and the consumer trust to small farmers. In general, these types of trust is a survival barrier of many small farmers and is currently provided through the brands of many large supermarket chains at huge extra costs to both farmers and consumers. Click here to download documents.
Business use of drones
Military use of drones
Other areas use of drones
Drones are revolutionizing the way scientists observe, measure and monitor the natural environment. From mapping the patterns of wildfires, like those in California, to measuring the size of jellyfish populations, drones have the potential to improve our understanding of the natural environment.
Prof. Luan Nguyen
PhD. ECE, Exec MBA
35+ years of managerial and technology experiences. 16 years with IBM. 1997-2000 IBM CTO IBM Global Services. Manage successfully many tech companies in US and SE Asia.
Prof. Luan NguyenPhD. ECE, Exec MBA
Prof. Anh VuPhD Aerospace Eng.
Mr. Toan NguyenBS Info Technology Eng.
Chief Technical Officer
Ms. Chi HoangBS Business Finance
Chief Financial Officer
Mr. Liem DoanBS Electrical Eng.
Chief Marketing Officer
Mr. Trai DangMBA
VP of Business Development
Mr. Viet TranBS E&T Eng.
Branch Manager, DN Office
Mr. Chien DoAttorney-at-law
Int. Commercial Law
Prof. Henry Nguyen, PhD
Prof. Henry Nguyen is the Vice President of the Global Plant Council organization. He secured over 49 million USD research fund from federal agencies (USDA, NSF, NIH) and billion-dollar industry leaders (Syngenta, Rockefeller, McKnight). He is a Curators' distinguished professor of genetics and earned a Ph.D. in plant breeding and genetics from the University of Missouri, USA. He has served as director of the U.S. National Center for Soybean Biotechnology. He has published more than 260 articles and has contributed 35 book chapters.