New paths for Industry 4.0: Our certifiable logistics drone with maximum reliability for safe small-scale transports through the air.
Developed with the ADAC, Made in Germany.
Up to 1.5 kg payload incl. transport suspension and flight battery
Up to 12 km range, depending on payload, battery power and external influences
Extremely wind-stable up to wind speeds of 10 m/s
Departure of the pre-programmed waypoint route with permanent intervention option
100% data security through stand-alone concept
Flight control with up to triple redundant components
We support you in applying for a permit to realise the project in the "Specific" category in accordance with the EU Drone Regulation.
We support you in the rapid development of your logistics system based on our approvable transport drone.
As a service provider, we not only supply the logistics system, but also train your ground and flight personnel. Our training procedures are officially recognised.
Your remote pilot, trained by us, controls the logistics drone from a distance via our ground control software, while your ordering system permanently informs the customer about the remaining time until arrival.
For high service availability, we offer the corresponding maintenance packages with replacement drones to operate your logistics service without interruption and adapt it if required.
Collision avoidance in the airspace between manned and unmanned aviation is becoming increasingly important. For drones beyond the visual line of sight, we have therefore developed AirSense, a high-performance system for effective detect and avoid (DAA).
Airspace monitoring with the Ground Control Station, optionally with AirSense DAA
AirSense can be booked stand alone as a DAA solution via direct access (laptop or smart device), but is also fully compatible with the Multirotor Ground Control Station (GCS).
Its antenna module receives transponder signals and forwards them to the AirSense server via a mobile data connection. However, it can also be used as a base station to provide correction data. This enables the positional accuracy of the multirotor drone to within a few mm, which again opens up new possibilities, especially for fully autonomous landing.
Customers operating a multirotor drone with the latest, triple-redundant flight control generation beyond visual line-of-sight (BVLOS) receive the current air situation image of the environment directly in the live image of the GCS. This eliminates the need to operate a separate DAA solution with an additional screen, as is currently necessary when integrating third-party products.
Flight paths of individual aircraft are traced over the last known positions, as well as identifier, flight altitude and type of air traffic (helicopter, aircraft or drone) are displayed.
The G5plus Flight Controller has three redundant flight control cores. These control units continuously calculate the position and position data of the aircraft. By comparing the derived data and a powerful decision logic, faulty results are immediately detected and the corresponding core is deactivated. A fourth auxiliary core handles communication with the world outside and ensures a high-performance data link without impairing flight stabilization.
Each flight control core has its own set of attitude, magnetic and altitude sensors. This redundancy protects not only in case of total failure of one sensor. Deviations in the sensor data, e.g. due to incorrect measurements, are also corrected and taken into account during flight stabilization.
Standardized interfaces facilitate the evaluation of flight data. Via a USB connection the G5plus Flight Controller can be configured and flight data can be retrieved without additional hardware. Furthermore, a multitude of additional interfaces for the connection of peripheral devices are available. Some of these interfaces are redundant, so that e.g. three GNSS receivers can be operated simultaneously.
The G5plus Flight Controller communicates via an AES encrypted WLAN connection. Mission data can thus be transferred easily and safely directly to the aircraft during operation.
A powerful Flight Recorder captures all data occurring during the flight, such as current attitude and position, sent control commands, status of the current mission, etc. at a high rate. This allows, for example, the trajectory of a mission to be easily traced and linked to external events such as the acquisition of single images.
|Attitude control frequence
|Automatic treble control
|Autonomous flight waypoints
|Autostart / autolanding assistant
|Cantilever beam fold system
|Opt. electric gripper arm / Universal mount
|Digital option port (for future applications)
|Remote control optional safety pilot
|Ø 85 cm, H 49 cm
|Flight data log
|GPS flight assistant (Position hold, Coming home)
|Live-View 5.8 GHz Diversity
|Max. Flight time (ideal)
|Max. Take-off weight (ideal)
|Payload (incl. payload suspension and flight battery
|Wind stable till