Multi-purpose Unmanned Copter Concept



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The Hatchet unmanned copter concept has been developed by Jurmol Yao for disaster, rescue and other squad-based missions. Due to a 6 rotor design it features high maneuverability and mid/low altitude stability, if compared to a conventional helicopter. The on-board equipment includes an infrared scanning imager, instant photography live-feed cameras, and an unmanned control system for operation from the ground. The helicopter consists of the modular components that can be interchanged for various operations, like surveying areas for preliminary reconnaissance and performing rescues or even fire extinguishing.
Via: jurmol.com

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