With over 100 years combined experience in flight operations and aviation manufacturing, Drone America’s team has designed and developed unmanned aircraft systems that will meet the demand for a wide variety of services.
The NavX is a heavy duty multi-rotor UAS that is capable of flight times up to 35 minutes and packing up to 8 pounds of custom payloads, sensors and cameras. The aircraft’s has a light but durable body with arms that fold into itself, making for a small package.
The Savant sUAS is a small electric powered fixed-wing aircraft. With an interchangeable payload system, different sensor packages are quickly accommodated. It has a Kevlar reinforced belly that allows for belly recovery landings. It can also be recovered through parachute recovery, net recovery and water landings.
The Phoebus is a reliable and adaptable UAS platform that can be fitted with a wide variety of sensors and payloads. The Phoebus’s over-engineered airframe is rugged, and all avionics are protected from moisture, allowing the Phoebus to operate in harsh environments and inclement weather.
Intended for flight in NAS, the twin-engine configuration inline thrust configuration offers primary power redundancy while maintaining simple operation. The MuninnAir offers longer flight endurance than the HuginnAir, while still maintaining safety with a built in, repackable Parachute and Airbag recovery system.
The Ariel UAS is an amphibian system capable of being fitted with powerful thermal imaging cameras and sensors or carrying payloads that can be used for various applications including disaster relief, fire suppression and humanitarian aid.
The DAx8’s carbon fiber airframe allows for lightweight handling, longer flight times, and additional sensor and camera capabilities. The DAx8 is easily controlled through a tablet or laptop using waypoint navigation or through manual controls.