For the third year in a row, The Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) in Stockholm, has assigned a team of eight students to a development project proposed by I-CONIC Vision. This time I-CONIC has teamed with GLOBHE.

The student team will create a user interface for I-CONIC’s software, so it can be used by GLOBHE’s drone pilots around the globe. The software will enable the drone pilots to check their 3D models while still in the field, instead of creating models back in the office.

GLOBHE is a drone-as-a-service company, collecting drone data to predict and detect disasters. GLOBHE’s platform connects to over 5000 drone pilots in 92 countries, making drone data available in a whole new way to help solve real-life challenges around the world (

KTH is one of Europe’s leading technical and engineering universities. It is Sweden’s largest technical institution and home to students, researchers and faculty from around the world dedicated to advancing knowledge.