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AVES

 The AVES Series

The AVES Series is an exciting new addition to The Drone Bird Company flock. This drone bird is realistic, covert, light-weight, and unobtrusive. Clients can choose from a range of models that best suit their needs. The subtlety and long-range capability of the AVES Series allows for a reliable way to monitor even the most challenging of environments.

This stealthy drone bird is primarily for surveillance and reconnaissance. It is a fixed-wing unit with various uses, such as border control and observation. Typical customers include the defence industry, police, safeguards, and kingdoms. 

Applications

The AVES Series has a range of applications for multiple purposes. It offers classical ISR with tactical observation, mapping, and charting; infrastructure control with critical monitoring; search and rescue with thermal and visible light-based search and coordinate estimation; and surveying and remote sensing with orthomosaic, photogrammetry, mapping, and survey.

Specifications of the Larus

Although multiple designs are available, the Larus seagull design is the most requested AVES Series model by clients. This is because the seagull design is popular, with the actual birds present on every continent (cosmopolitan distribution). Specifications of the Larus are:

 

  • Wing-span up to 2.5 m
  • Cruise speed 43 km/hr (12 m/s)
  • Endurance up to 1.5 hours
  • Range up to 40 km
  • Payload max. 500 grams
  • Operational ceiling 10,000 ft AMSL
  • Minimum covert height 50 m
  • Temperature limits -10C to +40C
  • Windspeed up to 20 kts (5 Bft)
  • Real-time telemetry link
  • Interchangeable sensor modules
  • Standard IR and visible spectrum cameras
  • Automatic launch and landing
  • Various autonomous modes

Order an AVES Series Drone Bird

All of our drone birds can be made to order, so to purchase units requires prior consultation. This is because we value our clients’ needs and personalize each order. To inquire about an AVES Series or other drone bird, please contact us at info@thedronebird.com.