The battery specifications of the Autel Dragonfish series drones are introduced. Each Dragonfish drone needs 2 batteries to run, and it needs to be used according to the drone model, and they cannot be mixed! Contact Autelpilot to purchase drone batteries.
The ASAT system integrates three antennas into a lightweight portable base station. Partnered with Autel's Dragonfish family of aircraft, the ASAT offers a transmission range of up to 62 miles (100 kilometers).
Autel Dragonfish is Autel Robotics' leading VTOL tiltrotor designed drone with powerful flight capabilities, out of the box, including powerful AI tracking capabilities and a variety of modular payload options.
Drones now have relatively mature operational processes in many areas, and they help the public security sector or the civilian commercial organisation sector with many characters. The application of drones is very promising and the drone industry is set to grow using the autonomous dynamics of drones!
It is very difficult to find lost and trapped people, and the Dragonfish drone search and rescue work has brought a new direction. Dragonfish UAV performs search and rescue missions, can quickly analyze terrain, conduct infrared thermal imaging radar monitoring, and deploy drone search and rescue solutions.
Commercial drones lead consumer drones with commercial drone technologies ranging from airframe to sensor, software to service, 2022 Autel Robotics leads Dragon Fish to the world's leading commercial UAV expo in the US in September Las Vegas, Nevada. The commercial drones exhibited throughout the exhibition were displayed outdoors in the desert.
Dragonfish - Autel's most expensive drone. High-performance drones that explore everything from the air, long battery life, and multiple collaborative combat capabilities, Autel Dragonfish is the leading VTOL drone.
As a leading VTOL tilt-rotor UAV, Autel Dragonfish has strong combat capabilities, replaceable payloads, long endurance, strong performance and efficiency, and is in a leading position among UAVs in the industry.
VTOL drones, also known as vertical take-off and landing drones, are typically fixed-wing designs used in commercial, military, surveillance and inspection applications.