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UAVOS Has Developed An Unmanned Helicopter To Be Manufactured In The U.K.

The ISR-350-5 Is Designed For Commercial And Security Operations

UAVOS and ISR Unmanned Technologies Ltd. have jointly developed the new unmanned helicopter ISR-350-5 designed for commercial and security operations. The joint project will be manufactured and assembled in the U.K. Following extensive research, development and innovation, the new VTOL aircraft introduces improvements to all its systems, from the mechanics to the on-board electronics and the available payloads.

The ISR-350-5 is based on the UVH-170 UAV developed by UAVOS, a light, single-engine, gasoline-powered helicopter. With a fuel consumption of 2 liters per hour, the UAV is expected to stay airborne for up to 6 hours. The payload of up to 11 pounds is intended for survey instruments and radar. In cooperation with English ISR company, UAVOS is also offering a solution for the new medium-sized unmanned helicopter tailored specifically to the requirements of the commercial and civil operations.

The electronics are IP67 rated, allowing the helicopter to operate in harsh environments including a tropical climate.

The unmanned helicopter ISR-350-5 is powered by UAVOS’s autopilot. High level of self-diagnosis of all vehicle’s components allows to achieve maximum flight safety, increase the survivability of the unmanned vehicle.

UAVOS has also worked on payload integration and offers different options covering all types of applications for multiple sectors: from surveillance, inspection, agriculture, mining, to mapping LIDAR or GIS. UAVOS’s payloads include: gimbals with cameras with day and night vision, up to 30x optical zoom, and high resolution and infrared sensors. UAVOS's Autopilot makes it possible to synchronize the work of a payload and of the onboard telemetry, and the flight task for most aerial applications.

The ISR-350-5 joins our existing family of unmanned helicopters used for commercial and security missions,” said Aliaksei Stratsilatau, UAVOS Chairman of the board and Lead developer. “The partnership with ISR Unmanned Technologies Ltd. creates the opportunity for both companies to explore expanding into new markets and developing new capabilities to meet future customer needs. New ISR-350-5 will be introduced at the largest defense and security exhibition DSEI in London.”

(Image provided with UAVOS news release)

FMI: www.uavos.com

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