This fully autonomous drone is able to fly without GPS. Relying on the computer vision, it detects and avoids obstacles, and identifies safe zones for landing.
There are two versions in the Sakavik family: one is tagged G for its gasoline engine, and the other is K meaning kerosene powered.
- middle-mile deliveries
- deliveries to hard-to-reach places
- urgent humanitarian deliveries
- detection of fumigations and fires
- search-and-rescue operations
- delivery of rescue equipment, materials
- monitoring of emergencies, disasters, and damage assessment
- forest health monitoring
Safety and security protection
- aerial inspections of protected areas
- aerial topdressing
Support of industrial facilities and seaports
- transportation of equipment, tools and materials
takeoff, en-route flight and landing
At present stage, we develop Sakavik by converting and upgrading manned helicopters with relevant payload capacity into drones. Test flights of the first 2 converted helicopters with gasoline engines are planned to start in Q1 2021.