ShieldAfrica 2019: Drone Volt presents its Heliplane multirotor drone


Drone Volt, the French manufacturer of professional drones, presents its full range of UAVs solutions at ShieldAfrica 2019, the International Defense and Security Exhibition in Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire. Drone Volt has cemented its position as one of the world’s leading professional drone manufacturers—a reputation built on professionalism, reliable products, and cutting edge hardware and software, especially for artificial intelligence applications.


Drone Volt Heliplane multirotor with fixed drone wing ShieldAfrica 2019 Abidjan Cote Ivoire 925 001
Drone Volt showcases its Heliplane multirotor drone with fixed drone wing at ShieldAfrica 2019, Defense and Security Exhibition in Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire. January 22, 2019. (Picture source Army Recognition)


The French Company DRONE VOLT has the expertise on development of new technologies based on Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) or Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGV) used for civil applications since 2011. With its technical expertise and experience, DRONE VOLT, located in France and abroad (Denmark, Belgium, Canada, Switzerland, Italy and the USA), designs and manufactures innovative commercial service drones with applications for Agriculture, Audiovisual, Building & Civil Engineering Works and Security.

DRONE VOLT provides overall solutions for the professional industries. Whether you are searching for a pilot, training to become one, repair or maintenance for your drone, or even undertaking administrative actions, DRONE VOLT will guide and assist you along the way to ensure your business is successful.

In 2018, Drone Volt will continue adding to its already extensive catalog, launching the new Heliplane (a hybrid professional drone that combines the vertical takeoff capability of a multicopter drone and the load-bearing capacity of a fixed-wing model) as well as a brand-new version of its Hercules base model with a 2 kg payload.

The Heliplane is a professional drone that combines the advantages of multirotor drones with fixed drone wing and with the transition between these two modes in flight, it allows for takeoff runways and landing easily. The Heliplane needs only 1m² to land or take off. It can fly during 90 minutes with a payload capacity of 1 kg.

Drone Volt is currently in talks with 65 customers in Europe, the United States and Asia (37 in Europe, 24 in the Americas and 4 elsewhere in the world), including 14 government agencies, mostly military, police and civil defense authorities. The group is also working with 13 international groups, with proof-of-concept test flights scheduled in the near future.


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