We use drones to make accident site investigation 99% faster

Accident site investigation doesn't have to take hours of measurements and days of paperwork

We create 2 minute 3D models, write police paperwork, and automatically determine who is at fault



With just 2 clicks, you can send an autonomous drone to live stream and map out the accident site with centimeter-level precision.



Our video-based 3D modeling platform streamlines 3D model creation. You'll never need multiple platforms to perform one task.

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Determine the driver at fault with our calculations of yaw marks, impact force, and final rest.



We built our platform with multiple use cases in mind — all in 1 app.

If your drone can do an aerial schematic on the accident ... there are no physical measurements anymore. I don’t know how much easier it could be.
— Lt. Frank Caponi, West Windsor Police Department



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Bobby Ouyang

Bobby has done software development and research on the Air-Traffic Incident Management System (Air-TIMS) funded by U.S. Department of Transportation back in 2016. The research led to the invention of SkyeBrowse's autonomous drone flight, video-based 3D modeling, and tap-fly simplicity. Bobby co-authored the patent proposal for SkyeBrowse's accident site reconstruction platform. He also raised capital for SkyeBrowse, by pitching to investors, as well as police departments. In addition to his passion for drones, Bobby enjoys motorcycling, powerlifting, and dabbles in fashion.


Peter Jin

Peter is an assistant professor at Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Rutgers University. His research has focused on transportation sensor technologies, transportation big data, and traffic incident management. He has published 37 peer review journal publications and more than 50 conference papers in intelligent transportation systems. His research group has received more than $2 million in competitively-awarded funding from the FHWA and NJDOT. He is also a certified UAS pilot, the first faculty UAS pilot at Rutgers' FAA test site since its establishment in 2014.