AeroSeeker launched its highly portable, four-rotor, unmanned aircraft with high quality video surveillance and aerial video streaming capabilities at the International Defence Fair in Singapore.
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. 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 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.
Source: Press Release