“Orion” is one of the Unmanned Aerial Vehicles of the Multirotor type, unique in its type, that executes flights indefinitely. Its features make it an excellent tool (type movable mast) for visualization of Perimeters either day or night, as well as being able to share communications in emergency situations.
Structure: Carbon Fiber.
Autonomy: +10 flight hours.
Total Weight: 10.5 KG.
Connection to a source that provides power indefinitely.
Communication and power supply by means of Cable (Communication totally encrypted).
Flight Form: Static (only the unit can move a few meters from its power source).
Reach: Observation of surface radio with 8 to 12 km distance.
Takeoff and Recovery: Vertical (Multirrotor).
Operating Temperature: - 10º C a 40º C
Wind Resistance: 18-27 knots.
Putting the "Orion" unit in flight is not complex and you do not need an intensive pilot course or high profile specialized pilots for those who manage the unit.
"Orion" can serve as an antenna for communication in emergency situations, since a system (modem) can be installed to establish such communication within its range.
The unit has a parachute system for recovery in case of an emergency.
- RGB gyro-stabilized camera (EO sensor) with 30X zoom - for viewing in daylight activities.
- RGB gyro-stabilized (HD) camera (EO sensor) with 30x zoom + 4X zoom FLIR camera (IR sensor) - for viewing in daylight and night time activities.
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