Acecore Technologies, a developer of unmanned aerial solutions for a wide range of professional markets, has partnered with Unmanned Systems Technology (“UST”) to demonstrate their expertise in this field. The ‘Silver’ profile highlights how their durable multirotor UAVs (unmanned aerial vehicles), drone gimbals and tether system can take drone broadcasting, cinema, inspection, security and surveying applications to the next level.
Neo is an advanced heavy-lift multirotor drone powered by eight motors, designed to easily handle bulky cameras and payloads for professional drone applications such as film-making, aerial surveying, SAR, security and inspections.
The adaptable and versatile multirotor drone features a modular Cube autopilot and Futaba radio controller. In addition, the George base station can be used to expand on the standard Futaba/ FrSky remote.
Neo’s state-of-the-art engineered carbon fibre body and weather-proofed design, coupled with a payload capacity of 9 kg (19.8 lbs), make it a rugged, never-fail solution for even the toughest missions.
Zoe is a highly portable quadcopter drone with a foldable design for easy transportation and deployment. With a maximum payload capacity of 6.5kg and flight times of up to 40 minutes, it can field a variety of payloads for maximum mission flexibility.
The rugged all-weather waterproof construction and tough carbon fibre design make Zoe a highly dependable system, even in winds of up to 35 knots.
A triple redundancy autopilot option provides even greater reliability for autonomous missions, and an auto-deploy parachute system facilitates safe operation even in the rare event of a critical failure. As with the Neo, the George base station can be used to expand on the standard Futaba/ FrSky remote.
George is a modular base station that allows drone pilots to expand the functionality of the standard Futuba and FrSky controllers, with up to three FPV displays or other modules. Capable of powering the controller and attachments through multiple flights, George provides a highly convenient way to control the drone and its payloads from one setup, doing away with the need for multiple controllers and inefficient switching.
With a lightweight carbon fibre construction and modular quick-release attachment system, George provides an ideal way to seamlessly transition from piloting to camera and payload operation and back with ease, facilitating a wide range of commercial and professional drone missions.
Gary is a dual-sensor EO/IR three-axis gyro-stabilized drone gimbal for detection and identification of people and objects at long range. The 30x optical zoom daylight sensor will pick out targets up to 4000m away, while the IR sensor allows drones to continue critical missions even after dark.
The high-performance payload is ideal for providing stable, vibration-free imagery for applications such as security, search & rescue and wildlife monitoring.
Acecore’s Tether System enables long-duration missions for both the Neo and Zoe professional drone systems. The rugged Kevlar-core tether delivers continuous power with redundant backup as well as unjammable communications, high-speed data transfer and superior quality live imagery.
Unlimited hovering, with the ability to perform agile manoeuvres, and the swappable payloads on both Neo and Zoe open up a variety of persistent mission options for applications such as crowd control, traffic management, surveillance and post-disaster communications.
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