The Ranger P2-X is a BVR (beyond visual range) long-endurance unmanned helicopter drone that features a modular quick-disassembly design, allowing the aircraft to be broken down into four modules and packed into a bag for easy transport. With a flight endurance of up to 2 hours, an operational range of 100km and a data transmission range of up to 30km, it is ideal for a wide range of surveillance and mapping applications.
The VTOL (vertical take-off and landing) UAV can take off and land from moving platforms, and can be equipped with a variety of payloads for multi-mission flexibility, including electro-optical (EO) and infrared (IR) imaging systems. The rugged unmanned helicopter can operate in harsh environmental conditions including temperatures down to -20°C, and has a verified flight ceiling of 5100 metres.
The Ranger P2-X is controlled with a dual-screen ground control station (GCS) for drone flight planning and route planning. The GCS can be used to plan and execute customized routes and features built-in mission templates.