Open-source drone tech could break DJI's grip on the market Watch Now The drone industry has reached an inflection point, with a handful of companies (think DJI and Amazon) dominating the industry. As a result of the reigning monopolies, it’s nearly impossible for any single company to compete against overwhelming market share, along with an inability to easily scale and the fact that companies need to essentially reinvent the wheel to innovate. But that’s changing, and in a way that may be familiar to ZDNet readers who witnessed the open source revolution in enterprise computing brought about the likes of Red Hat in the early 1990s. In today’s drone landscape, an ecosystem of companies is working together to compete, supported by the government and powered by open source. No single aerospace or drone company can do this alone, but together there’s every indication of a new chapter in drone development and competition. One company helping drive and orchestrate this change is Auterion, a drone software platform built for enterprise that’s based on open source software and adopted by the Linux Foundation. I caught up with Auterion cofounder Kevin Sartori about the current transformation underway, the parallels to personal computing, and… Read full this story
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