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The Bionic Eye Launches New Industrial Cargo Drone

The Bionic Eye is launching the Gryphon GD-225X industrial cargo drone designed for a wide range of heavy lift scenarios from cargo delivery to feature film applications By Sarah Simpson / 25 Apr 2024
The Bionic Eye Launches New Industrial Drone
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The Bionic Eye a provider of both off-the-shelf and bespoke enterprise drone systems, has launched the Gryphon GD-225X, an industrial cargo drone with patented folding octagon booms and a MTOM ( maximum take of mass) of 250Kg.

Part of the Gryphon range of highly configurable drones, the GD-225X is an all-electric multi-rotor platform with folding arms for easy transportation.

Deployable in a few minutes, the GD-225X airframe weighs 57Kgs, with a payload capacity of up to 193 Kgs.

The industrial autopilot has a wide range of features from maintenance, to predictive failure reporting, as well as remote ID and ABSD transponder options, an optional AI/ML module for in-flight intelligence, and optional omni-directional obstacle avoidance.

The GD-225X also has anti-jamming technology built in and the ability to fly in GPS-denied areas.

The wide variety of payload solutions includes cargo delivery and winch systems, fire fighting equipment, and specialist sensors. The drone can also be used to carry large Hollywood cinematography packages.

Additional features include optional failsafe options such as motor redundancy and a ballistic parachute, as well as quick-release canister systems and hot-swappable batteries.

The Bionic Eye unique Ground Control Stations

The Bionic Eye’s unique Ground Control Stations (GCS) can work in multiple configurations, from one GCS controlling many drones, to multiple GCS to extend range by passing control from one GCS to another GCS.

Alternatively, control data can relay signals between UAVs using MESH technology to daisy-chain a route to the GCS, or livestream from one drone to multiple GCS or remote command centres.

The Industrial GCS allows control of the drone from up to 20 km as standard but has varying options to enable control anywhere via SATCOM.

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