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Flying Robots presents his soft wing UAVs Unmanned Aerial Vehicles FR 102 at AAD 2010.

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AAD 2010 Cape Town South Africa
Africa International Aerospace and Defence Exhibition 2010
21 - 25 September 2010
Flying Robots at AAD 2010

Tuesday, 21 September 2010, 21:47 PM

Flying Robots presents his soft wing UAVs Unmanned Aerial Vehicles at AAD.
Founded in June 2004, Flying Robots quickly made its presence felt in the aeronautics world, designing, manufacturing and marketing soft wing UAV's (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles) to complement current aerial systems. The soft wings help to reduce the cost/payload ratio, is capable of very long-haul flights and offers incomparable security.

FR 102 Flying Robots soft woing UAV

The very architecture of the soft wing, the primary security consideration, enables the UAV to glide safely back to the ground if a major problem arises. These automatic aerial systems are capable of transporting a significiant payload (up to 250 kg) more cheaply of flying for lon periods (up to 20h). The FR 102 Systems is made up of a multifunctional aerial platform, a soft wing, radio and video systems, and a made mobile control station on the ground. The FR 102 soft wing aircrfat is the only ones ine the world capable of taking off and landing 100% automatically.


Ground station of UAV FR 102 Flying Robots
The FR 102 is a high payload UAS (Unmanned Aircraft System) with a last generation autopilot system, a custom soft wing, 2 GPS and a reliable data link. The FR102 UAS boasts an outstanding payload capacity of 250 Kg, for a duration that can reach 20h depending on the payload. This makes of the FR102 one of the most versatile systems on the market, embarking a great variety of mission-specific modules: cameras, IR sensors, droppable cargo or even a human pilot for particularly sensitive missions. Video footages and flight datas are saved on board and transmitted to the ground, where they are analysed and interpreted by the ground station.

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