Reduce survey costs with HubX by Sphere Drones

By on 15 April, 2024

A recent Federal Government study by Deloitte Access Economics highlighted the immense economic boost driven by expanding drone use in Australia. They’ve anticipated savings of up to $10 billion for businesses over the next two decades across many industries, including mining, agriculture, utilities, construction, emergency services and many more.

Sphere Drones is proud to be at the forefront of this transformative wave with HubX, its newly launched self-sustaining mobile drone platform that has redefined the way businesses can collect aerial data.

What is HubX?

HubX is your key asset to collecting aerial data anywhere, anytime, off-grid, and on the move. With a simple click of a button, you can activate aerial data capture in a variety of environments, making this rugged and self-sustaining mobile drone platform essential for any site.

Self-sustaining & fully connected

HubX is a solar-powered and internet-enabled solution with inbuilt redundancies that break down the barriers of Drone-in-a-Box (DiaB) deployments.

No road too tough

Designed for the harsh Australian conditions and terrain, you can take HubX confidently anywhere you need and adapt it to your site.

Seamless & rapid deployment

Arrives ready to work, requiring no extra onsite infrastructure, certifications, or additional staff. Up and flying in just 30 minutes, not hours or days.

Find out more, catch a replay of Sphere Drones’ recent HubX webinar.

Want to meet the team? Sphere Drones will be at Locate24 – chat to the team about their HubX mobile drone platform, Flyability Elios 3, and all of the latest from DJI, including Dock 2 at the International Convention Centre in Sydney, from May 7th to 9th 2024.

If you are interested in discovering how HubX can transform your operations and benefit your business, get in touch by calling 1800119111 or filling out an enquiry form.

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