Industry Leading

The DAx8 is a robust multi-rotor aircraft for commercial, industrial and ISR applications. The unique 8 rotor design allows for the DAx8 to carry a large payload while providing more safety and redundancy to the system.

The advanced software and GPS guidance provide the aircraft with self-stabilizing capability and multi-waypoint navigation. The airframe is fully molded carbon fiber for exceptional strength and lightweight. The system is capable of carrying a payload of up to 3.5 lbs. such as a high definition stabilized video and data link.

Exceptional Endurance

Up to 30 minutes of flight time*

Shrouded Design

Rotors are surrounded by shrouds for extra safety in handling.

Design

DAx8 in Flight in Reno

Applications

Commercial

With many options for payloads and sensors, and custom configurations, the DAx8’s diverse capabilities allows for near endless applications in the commercial world.

Agriculture

Infrastructure

Mining

Surveying

Pipeline

Emergency

The DAx8’s unique design allows it to be configured to meet the tough demands for emergency personnel and to be rapidly deployed during emergency situations and operations.

Disaster Relief

EMS

Search and Rescue

Security

Japan Tsunami

Research

By utilizing a lightweight airframe, VTOL take-off and landing and way-point controls, the DAx8 is able to used quickly; be it in a confined remote location or at a research facility.

Environmental Analysis

Mapping

Surveying

Wildlife

Geothermal mine

Specifications

Dimensions
Height : 1 ft 6 in / .45 m
Diameter: 4 ft / 1.2 m
Weights
Empty Weight: 14.6 lbs / 7.6 kg
Max Payload Weight: 3.5 lbs / 1.6 kg
Max Takeoff Weight: 18 lbs / 8.1 kg
Performance
Endurance: 30 minutes
Max Ceiling: 9,000 feet (MSL)
Max Speed: 11 mph / 9.7 knots
Fuel Type: Electric
Takeoff and Landing
Takeoff: VTOL
Landing: VTOL
Other: Water takeoff and landing
Control
Ground Control: Laptop, Toughbook tablet

*Flight time varies due to payload configurations, flight conditions, temperature and altitude.**Max Altitude is determined by flying conditions, payloads and local flight laws.

DAx8 Parts Location
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Media and Downloads

Product Video and Photos

  • Search and Rescue with the DAx8
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  • DAx8 Promo Video
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