DIFFERENTIALS & BENEFITS
|Rotary system:||Flettner double rotor system (4 blades)|
|Rotor diameter:||2 x 2,82 m|
|Engine:||High performance turbine|
|Fuel consumption:||Approx. 15 L / hour|
|Dimension l/w/h:||2,32 m x 0,7 m x 0,92 m|
|Data link:||40 km, extendable, radio line of sight|
|Max. payload:||45 kg (including fuel)|
|MTOW:||87 kg (including fuel)|
|Max. fuel capacity:||Main tank 13 L; additional tanks available for longer flying time (2 x 4 L; 2 x 7 L; 2 x 13 L; 2x 17 L)|
|Max. flight time:||Up to 3.1 hours|
|Max. service ceiling:||10,000 ft (3,000 m) AMSL|
|Max. indicative air speed:||20 m/s (72 km/h)|
|Note: All performance data about the SDO-50V2 and the GCS are subject to change, depending on final payload configuration.|
More payload means the capacity of carrying the best in class ISR sensors over longer distances with more time in the air.
Aerial surveillance will give you unparalleled flexibility compared to traditional surveillance methods. Most of the traditional surveillance is limited by the stationary nature of the observer or camera. Earlier aerial surveillance methods using helicopters deemed expensive and risky for human lives.
The SDO-50V2 with its class leading payload capability allows the user to choose the best camera system for their mission regardless of weight. Higher payload capacity means you will be able to carry multiple sensors or fly much longer.
A key advantage of the SDO-50V2 aerial system is its ability to collect imagery, ideally suited for reconnaissance or rapid situation awareness with application for decision makers to detect, monitor and act upon potential threats from a safe distance.
The SDO-50V2 has long endurance and quick turn around time. You will always have and eye in the sky when and where your need it the most.
SEARCH & RESCUE
Search large areas with high-definition thermal and infrared video sensors when the cost or risk for manned operations is not justifiable.
Such services are increasingly used by emergency services, such as police officers, firefighters or volunteer rescue teams searching vast areas in critical conditions.
The SDO-50V2 can also provide real-time visual information and data for better situational awareness in the aftermath of an earthquake or hurricane. Our services can also become essential in order to locate a lost person in the jungles, mountains or valleys. This results in less people needed to locate and rescue an injured person or group of people as well as reducing the costs and risks of such missions.
INSPECTIONS AND MAPPING
More precise, quick and cost-sensitive inspections and mapping of remote strategic assets and areas.
Regular inspections of critical infrastructure, such as high tension 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.
Delivery of medical supplies, fast response and critical material transported cost-efficiently, 24/7 and with less human risk to remote locations and infrastructure.
Every second matters in a medical emergency and when the SDO50-V2 can help you save valuable time and money in those situations. Our services and technologies can access places where poor infrastructure has made it difficult to reach patients in need.