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LIMA 2023: Sypaq from Australia showcases Corvo family of fixed-wing and muti-rotor drones.

| 2023

The Corvo family of autonomous systems is designed and manufactured in Australia. Corvo specialises in the development of complete autonomous systems which are rugged, reliable, dependable, and ensure that the entire workflow is seamless from data capture through processing and delivery to the end user.

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LIMA 2023 Sypaq from Australia showcases Corvo family of fixed wing and muti rotor drones 1 Sypaq's Corvo drone displayed at LIMA 2023 aims at demonstrating the easy-built process, also indicating a rugged and low-cost concept (Picture source: Army Recognition)

The Sypaq Corvo family of small drones is highly customizable. Its modular design allows users to personalize their drones according to their specific needs. Whether you want to attach a high-definition camera for aerial photography, incorporate additional sensors for advanced obstacle avoidance, or add extra batteries for extended flight time, the Corvo's flexibility ensures that it can adapt to your requirements effortlessly.

Furthermore, assembling and disassembling the Corvo is a breeze. Sypaq provides detailed instructions and a user-friendly interface, enabling even beginners to construct the drone without difficulty. This feature also allows for easy repairs and part replacements, ensuring that the Corvo remains operational for an extended period.

The Sypaq Corvo is not only a technological marvel but also an affordable option in the drone market. By utilizing cardboard as the primary building material, manufacturing costs are significantly reduced, making the Corvo accessible to a wider range of enthusiasts. This democratization of drone technology ensures that more individuals can experience the thrill of flying and exploring the world from above.

Moreover, Sypaq Inc. actively promotes sustainability by offering a recycling program for Corvo owners. Once a drone has reached the end of its lifecycle, users can send it back to Sypaq, who will responsibly recycle and repurpose the components, minimizing waste and further reducing the drone's environmental impact.

The Sypaq Corvo cardboard drone is a remarkable testament to the power of innovation and sustainability. By pushing the boundaries of traditional drone design, Sypaq has created a product that combines cutting-edge technology with environmental consciousness. As we look to the future, it is innovations like the Corvo that inspire hope for a greener and more sustainable world.

Sypaq Systems, an engineering and systems integration company, is an example of an Australian business that is exploring leading technology. Sypaq’s Corvo platforms are built tough to operate in the harshest of environments. They consist in fixed-wing and multi-rotor solutions to suit both military and commercial applications. They can carry a variety of payloads. The company specializes in solutions for real-time surveillance and photogrammetry. All the payload systems are supported by the Corvo Payload Interface at the ground station, ensuring seamless operation from data capture through to processing and delivery.

For surveillance roles, Corvo systems offer many advanced real-time data processing options, including target tracking, moving target indication, image enhancement, image encoding and KLV metadata to form STANAG 4609-compliant video feeds.

The Corvo Common Ground Control Station (GCS) supports all the Corvo platforms. The GCS provides command and control functionality as well as payload data visualisation and processing, all in a single compact, ruggedised tablet. Corvo specialises in the development of custom GCS solutions to suit specific user needs.

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