Aeroseeker Multicopter Launched at Singapore Defence Show

Aeroseeker

Singapore  May, 2011AeroSeeker is a highly portable, four-rotor, unmanned aerial vehicle with high quality video surveillance and aerial video streaming capabilities. This means that, both in military and civilian situations, humans can be kept at a safe distance from harm’s way.

Engineered according to the needs of both military and civil users, the flagship model, AERO-405 can be easily carried and set up, ready to fly by a single person, providing affordable aerial video surveillance.

Unmanned aerial vehicles that are capable of vertical take-off and landing are one of today’s most preferred systems for airborne transmission of visual information. Aerial surveilance, in the form of aerial photography and/or aerial video have become critical, both in military operations and also in civil applications.

Designed to take aerial photographs and videos and perform real-time data transfer, the AERO-405 can send obtained data to a portable base station. With the help of its internal navigation systems, the AERO-405, is able to autonomously follow a predetermined course, alternatively it can also be controlled via remote control from the base station.

The system, which strikes the eye with its 35-minute flying time, comes in two options: the fully autonomous AERO-405A and the semi-autonomous AERO-405M.

The integrated multi-dimensional camera-control system makes flying this mini-UAV very easy. The ability to use a wide range of cameras provides added flexibility, including the use of infrared imaging systems, which are increasingly mission critical during military and rescue operations. With its multi-axis vibration absorbing feature and active camera stabilization system, AERO-405 eliminates the effects of internal and external vibrations, providing high quality camera images. If required AERO-405 can be used in perching mode, allowing for data transfers for up to 4 hours during special tasks.

Extremely portable, the AERO-405 comes in its own carry-case, which also contains its base station. A single user can unpack and setup up the system, ready for operation, in a matter of minutes.

Designed to be highly customisable, AERO-405 features many options and choices, such as different landing gear systems and camouflage solutions according to user needs.

 

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Gary Mortimer
Founder and Editor of sUAS News | Gary Mortimer has been a commercial balloon pilot for 25 years and also flies full-size helicopters. Prior to that, he made tea and coffee in air traffic control towers across the UK as a member of the Royal Air Force.