Technology

An important key to Aerolens' achievements are in its ability to access and utilize the best aerospace technologies available today. In partnership with Carbonix an Australian based UAS manufacturer, Aerolens can provide unique aerial imagery acquisition services as well as offering type training and consultation services globally.

Carbonix UAS

Aerolens in partnership with Carbonix, an Australian UAS manufacturer, has the capability to develop and operate fixed-wing, vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) UAS in the <25kg weight category. Carbonix was the first Australian company to manufacture and deliver a robust lightweight all carbon composite UAS airframes and can tailor the propulsion, endurance, and payload, including the imaging sensors depending on end-user requirements.

The Carbonix Transition is capable of VTOL, 6 hour endurance and a payload of up to 6kg. Designed by D3 Applied Technologies, developed and built by Carbonix.

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Best of Both Worlds

A powerful electric VTOL system allows the UAS to take off and land vertically. Perfect for confined spaces and rough terrain while also making use of the efficiency of a fixed-wing aircraft.

Fixed Wings

Once airborn, the petrol-powered fixed wing allows the drone to fly for up to 6 hours with a range of 200km and a loiter speed of 50km/h.

Airframe

The airframe is made from advanced carbon composites. Strong enough to withstand winds up to 60km/h and light enough for easy transport.

Nose

The payload bay located in the nose supports a wide range of payloads and sensors to suit any mission. Payloads can easily be swapped out onsite.

  • Best of Both Worlds

    A powerful electric VTOL system allows the UAS to take off and land vertically. Perfect for confined spaces and rough terrain while also making use of the efficiency of a fixed-wing aircraft.

  • Fixed Wings

    Once airborn, the petrol-powered fixed wing allows the drone to fly for up to 6 hours with a range of 200km and a loiter speed of 50km/h.

  • Airframe

    The airframe is made from advanced carbon composites. Strong enough to withstand winds up to 60km/h and light enough for easy transport.

  • Nose

    The payload bay located in the nose supports a wide range of payloads and sensors to suit any mission. Payloads can easily be swapped out onsite.

     
     

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    Aerolens utilizes modern aerospace technologies combines unique aerial imagery acquisition methods with software integration. Bentley Systems as the software developer represent a superior product that allows Aerolens to provide a variety of outputs to our clients depending on their requirements and special needs.

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