Electric VTOL Fixed Wing
Gas-powered Variable Pitch Quadcopter
Heavy-duty Electric Hexacopter
Crop Spraying Hexacopter
The aircraft combines the long flight endurance of a fixed wing aircraft with the benefits of multirotor’s vertical take-off and landing and high payload capacity up to 2kgs
The E2Vs vertical take-off and landing offers a huge advantage over traditional fixed wing aircrafts:
The structural design of the E2V allows performing flights at speeds as low as 16 m/s. In contrast, most traditional fixed-wing UAVs or hybrid VTOLs are incapable of flying at low speed. This means that unlike E2V, the majority of fixed wing aircrafts are often incapable of effectively utilizing low-resolution cameras or sensors such as gas sensors and non-military grade IR cameras.
REMOTE OPERATION AND BVLOS MISSIONS
HIGH POSITIONING ACCURACY
BACKUP GPS NAVIGATION
TRANSPORT / DEPLOYMENT
E2V was designed with the intent to offer the duality of long-distance flight and the detailed data capture. The outstanding control capabilities, low drag and ability to maintain the flight at speeds as low as 16m/s allow utilizing of low-resolution sensors such as IR cameras. This makes E2V perfect for inspecting a pipeline, patrolling of borders, mapping of vast areas, or monitoring wildlife.
With the options of fully autonomous and manual mode, the aircraft has been designed to complete BVLOS (beyond visual line of sight) missions. Depending on the intended flight range data and video transmission are offered.
Perfectly designed for:
For users that require high accuracy positioning, EWATT offers the RTK and PPK upgrades of the E2V system.
In the absence of GPS, the autopilot automatically switches to the redundant navigation system that utilizes nonlinear GPS/SINS/AHRS algorithms at a 200Hz refreshing rate. This allows the safe flight and landing of the aircraft even if the GPS signal is lost e.g. due to the bad weather conditions.
Two brushless DC motors are powered by the redundant battery system (2 x 16000mah 6S). In case of either battery failing the autopilot orders the remaining battery to power the entire aircraft. Protecting the aircraft, payload and data.
The E2Vs airframe is completely modular and can be rapidly deployed in under 7 minutes. The aircraft can be conveniently transported in a single compact case.