In an increasingly interconnected world, the Internet of Things (IoT) has revolutionized the way we interact with our surroundings. However, the existing infrastructure, often referred to as Web2, presents challenges in terms of data security, interoperability, and efficient transactions.
Staex — a web3-ready machine data infrastructure provider — and its partners are deploying, for the first time in Germany, a new generation of drone infrastructure — a drone corridor between commercial center Tempelhofer Hafen and mobility workspace The Drivery.
Staex provides secure and reliable communication for all the ground stations via its flagship private P2P mesh network software layer, allowing the drones operating with patented technology equipped with military-grade end-to-end encryption, certificate-based trust, reliable communication over unreliable underlying networks, IoT device identity management and more.
The underlying idea of the project is to monetize drone ground stations. Each time a drone lands and takes off the drone owner pays a fee to the drone infrastructure provider (EVA) and the provider shares a portion of the fee with the land provider (TowCo). This helps create new revenue streams for land providers.