Airplane-type UAS D-12

The D-12 unmanned aircraft system with a take-off weight of 12 kg and a maximum flight range of 250 km

D-12 plane-type unmanned aircraft system

The D-12 unmanned aircraft is designed using the “flying wing” aerodynamic scheme. The model is designed for aerial photography and remote sensing of the earth surface. It can carry payloads of up to 2 kg and cover a distance of up to 250 km. Application:

aerial photography;
photo and video monitoring;
thermal imaging and multispectral photography;
aerial laser scanning.

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Maximum take-off weightUp to 12 kg
Wingspan3000 mm
Length900 mm
Power unitElectrical motor
Payload weightUp to 2 kg
Maximum flight durationUp to 2.5 hours
Maximum flight range250 km
Maximum flight speed126 km/h
Cruising flight speed80–90 km/h
Maximum flight altitude4000 m
Take-off modeElastic absorbing launcher/ with launcher
Landing modeBy parachute
Wind limit speed, no more15 m/s
Ambient temperature range-30 to +40 °C

Payloads aerophotographic camera

Aerophotographic camera is designed to capture a series of image frames of the underlying terrain from the aircraft board and saving them on a solid-state recorder

Aerial laser scanners

Aerial laser scanners are used for geodetic measurements during geotechnical investigations, surveying, cadastral and land management works.

Multispectral camera

Enables images of the same area in different areas of the electromagnetic spectrum, revealing processes and phenomena that are difficult to detect in a visible spectrum image.

Professional thermal imaging camera AC-130/40T

The AC-130/40T possesses a function of real-time temperature measurement and when saving photos of an object each pixel of the picture contains information about temperature.

Multipurpose payload AC- 170/30/19T

Multipurpose payload AC-170/30/19T combines at once visual and thermal imaging matrices. This helps to reduce the camera weight and allows to receive twice as large the data during the flight, hence increasing the efficiency of air inspection.