Founded in April of 2017, Airgility Inc. is a rapidly growing startup in AI & Autonomy for Aerial & Ground Robotic Systems with a broad reach for talent, research facilities, and partner companies. Airgility Inc. is a spin-off startup located in the Discovery District at the University of Maryland with access to numerous research faculty and facilities, and talent-flow within the University’s eco-system.
AIRO AEROSPACE/DEFENSE GROUP MEMBER
AIRO Group partner company with capabilities ranging manned and unmanned systems (Avionics | UAM | Robotics)
WHAT SETS US APART
AGILE | Broad reach for development internally, via Academic partnerships, or via the AIRO Group Partner Companies
UAS Design | Aerial and Ground Robotic Systems Design, Build & Testing | Totem pole (Playbook) Algorithms with AI/non-AI decision-making | 3D Printing to Prototype and Manufacture | Vision-based Algorithms and Tracking | Autonomous Security Systems (Air, Ground, Tethered, Fixed) | GPS-Independent Navigation
Aerial & Group Robotics | Navigation & Mission-specific On-board Decision-making | Sensor and Algorithm Fusion with Playbook Level Interchangeability | GPS Independent/Denied Navigation for Drones | Conditional and Full Autonomy | Patented Aerial System with Thrust Vectoring | On-board Edge Computing Systems | Kinetic C-UAS with on-board vision-based tracking | COVID 19 Sanitization (Air and Ground) | Modular/mission migratable systems
AI/non-AI ALGORITHM FUSION & PLAYBOOK
Develop and implement fused algorithms calling on AI-based decision-making building blocks | Custom decision-making playbook | Mission migration with playbook updates
Top Ten Regional Companies (Ranked 6th) - 2019 Greater Washington i-List - Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce
336411 Aircraft Manuf. (Primary)
336413 Other Aerospace Parts Manuf.
334511 Detect, Nav, Guide, Aero Sys.
541330 Engineering Services
541715 R&D Engineering
541512 Computer Sys. Design Services
CAGE Code: 84FZ5
Minority Owned Small Business
Research Partners at UMCP
Alfred Gessow Rotorcraft Center
Glenn L Martin Wind Tunnel
Institute for Systems Research
Institute for Research in Electronics & Applied Physics