Superior endurance incritical unmanned aerial applications.
Effective replacement of manned helicopters with significant cost, risk and CO2 reductions.
SDO 50 V2
Our flagship product, the SDO 50 V2, is an unmanned helicopter system with market leading features such as a payload of up to 45 kg, flight time of up to 3.1 hours, a standard range of 40 km (radio line of sight), autonomous take-off and landing capabilities and programmable flight paths executed by the autopilot. We fly in critical weather conditions and at night.
Aerial surveillance will give you unparalleled flexibility compared to traditional intelligence methods. Most of current operations are limited by the stationary nature of the observer or camera. Earlier aerial surveillance methods using helicopters deemed expensive. The SDO 50 V2 with its class-leading payload capability allows the user to choose the best camera system for the mission.
Search & rescue
Search & Rescue refers to using UAVs equipped with specific equipment to locate and help missing people, animals or objects in inaccessible or hazardous areas (land or water), including in difficult weather conditions. Once target persons/animals are located, emergency gear can be airlifted and dropped to support their recovery and rescue (e.g. survival kits, medical devices, food, rafts) or valuable tactical data of objects is retrieved.
Regular inspections of critical infrastructure, such as high-voltage power lines, gas and oil pipelines and power plants are imperative for their uninterrupted operation and security. Downtime of infrastructure is costly and inspection/maintenance operations can often be dangerous to personnel. In the recent years UAVs have proven to be invaluable in these operations.
SwissDrones is a young high-tech company based in Switzerland, which specializes in the development and production of unmanned helicopters (UAVs) for superior endurance in critical unmanned aerial applications.
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UAVs equipped with video or infrared cameras, heat, radiation & multispectral sensors or radar to provide airborne information to decision makers on the ground or to gather raw data for further processing and analysis.
Payloads such as high-end cameras and professional sensors to locate missing people, animals or objects in inaccessible or hazardous areas (land or water), including in difficult weather conditions. Once target persons/animals and objects are located, emergency gear can be airlifted and dropped to support their recovery and rescue (e.g. survival kits, medical devices, food, rafts) or valuable tactical data of objects is retrieved.
July 04, 2020
SwissDrones has been able to successfully perform several critical aerial surveillance missions for emergency rescue and disaster management in China. We are proud and honored to work together with different local and regional government entities in...
June 26, 2020
Last week the SwissDrones team has been participating in the regular (yearly) aeroradiometric surveys by the National Emergency Operations Centre (NEOC) in Switzerland. The SDO 50 V2 has been deployed successfully together with the Super Puma and gro...
May 15, 2020
SwissDrones and Aero Facility announce strategic partnership for the Japanese unmanned aviation market. Mr. Mitsuo Hattori, Managing Director of Aero Facility Co. states: “Aero Facility is a highly trusted entity in the government and commercia...
SwissDrones is a high-tech company based in Switzerland, which specializes in the development and production of unmanned helicopters (UAVs) for superior endurance in critical unmanned aerial applications.