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Safe & simple drop-offs of medical packages and other rescue aids.


Detects human presence in the affected areas to assist the firefighters.


To alert, guide for evacuation, and other circumstantial instructions.


Guides for search & rescue operations as well as to spot the casualties.


  • Overall Length
  • Type Of Drone
  • Weight(net Weight Including Battery)
  • Additional Payload Capacity
  • Max Operational Endurance
  • Wind Resistance
  • Max Speed
  • Telemetry & Video Stream Range
  • HDMI Output On The Controller
  • Propeller Type
  • GPS
  • I.O. Function

  • Max Launch Altitude (AMSL)
  • Max operating Altitude
  • Battery Type
  • Protection Class For Drone
  • Operating Temperature Limits
  • BVLOS Drone Control Compatibility
  • Swarm Capability
  • 600 mm
  • Quadcopter
  • 2.4kg
  • 1.5 Kg
  • 60 Minutes
  • 55 Km/Hr
  • 45 Km/Hr
  • 15 Km
  • Yes
  • Foldable
  • PPK/RTK Enabled (Optional)
  • H7 Based Onboard Computer,
    Embedding Capability,
    ETH Data Switch Hub,
    Exterior UART Interface
  • >=5500m
  • >=6500m
  • Swappable Slide And Lock Battery Mechanism
  • IP 53
  • -10°C I 55°C
  • Yes (Optional)
  • Yes (Optional)


Thermal / Visual Camera

Dropping Payloads

Too Loud (Megaphones)

Too Bright (High-Power Flash}


Thermal / Visual Camera

Dropping Payloads

Too Loud (Megaphones)

Mapping Camera

Too Bright (High-Power Flash}

Our Solutions & Services
Impact Core Sectors of the Economy.

fire conditions

Drones equipped with thermal imaging and infrared cameras can see through dense smoke to locate heat signatures. They are already being used to monitor fire behaviour and identify fire hot spots, without exposing firefighters on the ground to smoke and heat.

structural damage

When field conditions are inaccessible or too dangerous, labour intensive, or extremely urgent for ground teams, drones provide a safer method for assessing building damage from fires, tornadoes, hurricanes and other catastrophic events.

Search &
rescue operations

In addition to locating survivors and victims of natural disasters, drones are often used by police and fire departments in search and rescue operations. Monitor large areas of land that are difficult to access.


See current fire conditions and respond accordingly to changing situations, reduce risk through better ground crew monitoring, provide more reliable data to command centres, identify smouldering hot spots in wildfires.

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