Missions are possible under difficult or dangerous circumstances (e.g. bad weather, darkness, flying over hostile or otherwise unsafe areas) when manned operations are not feasible.
The VTOL (vertical take-off and landing) system is highly cost-effective compared to manned aerial solutions, and requires less training to operate confidently. The rapidly deployable aircraft is transportable by van and can be prepared for flight by a team of two in just 15 minutes.
The SDO 50 V2 allows CO2 emission reductions of up to 95% compared to manned helicopters.
A variety of high-end sensors have been integrated with the SDO 50 V2. With a useful payload of more than 20 kg, several payloads can be integrated at the same time.
The SDO 50 V2 system can be operated as a permanent installation, as part of a ship operation, be made ground transportable to the venue of mission by means of a van or be deployed in combination with helicopters.
We offer profound know-how and experience in obtaining regulatory approval to fly BVLOS (beyond visual line of sight) operations in different countries.
The SDO 50 V2 offers a high-end autopilot for pre-programmed and executed flight missions equipped with accurate sensors and redundant systems.