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AO212 - the multi-sensor platform
The big delta wing AO212 is particularly configurable for remote sensing and aerial surveying tasks.

AO212 is a multi-sensor flying platform automatically operating in aerial mapping and remote sensing flight missions. With its 3.2 kg takeoff-weight including up to 5 cameras of payload Ao212 is lightweight yet very stable in flight. Configurations might be e.g. 5 monochrome cameras in R, G, B, NIR, and Pan, for super highres 4000 x 3000 aerial images or 4 RGN cameras resulting in to a wide swath and large ground coverage of approximately 7800 x 5800 pixels. Alternatively, one may integrate a 1- 0 axis-1-camera-stabilization with 45 selectable, roll-axisstablized viewing direction, or a 2-axis-2camerastabilization.

Applications are in the domains of e.g. corridor mapping, forestry, agriculture, security, environment monitoring, construction, rapid disaster response, and many more.
 
 
 
Name AO212
Category SUSA = Small Unmanned Surveilance Aircraft
Purpose e.g. generation of aerial surveying images
Type Fixed wing airplane
Wing Span 212 cm
Take-off weight 3200 grams (ready-t- fly, incl. autopilot, LiPo, cameras)
Cruise Speed ~ 14m/s
Endurance ~ 50 min (at maximum payload)
Payload ~ 1500g
Propulsion Folding Propellor; E-motor 200 W; 1 LiPo-battery 4 cells, 14.8 V
Start & Landing Hand start or catapult, sliding landing, in modes manual or semi-automatic
Control Electronics Autopilot, equipped with GPS- and IMU-Sensors, pilot R/C
Flight modes - automatic: autopilot flies AO212 and exposes images location based
- semi-auto: autopilot keeps AO212 level, pilot steers AO212
- manual: switch on at any time, disables autopilot
Control communication Remote control (R/C), 2.4GHz, 7 channels, interference tolerant
Data link Modem, bi-directional, 2.4GHz, 57600 baud
Sensor/s
Camera configuration examples, each camera 4000x3000 pix, calibrated, ~ 190 g:
camera in 1-axis-1 camera-stabilization mount, viewing direction ± 450, stabilized
cameras, RGB or NIR, parallel-nadir, or e.g. 2xRGB for double swath width ~ 7800 pix, mounted in AO212's 2 -axis-2-camera-stabilization, each axis ± 450 compensation
cameras, 4x RGB, ground coverage – 7800 x 5600 pix
cameras, 4x monochrome R,G,B,NIR,Pan,each 4000x3000 pix, parallel-nadir- looking
cameras, 4x RGB ground coverage ~7800x5800 pix, 1x Pan 4000x3000 pix
cameras, 5x monochrome R,G,B,NIR,Pan, each 4000x3000 pix, parallel nadir- looking open for other sensors / cameras
Ceiling Programmable, autopilot-controlled, selected via flight plan; national rules apply!
Range Programmable, autopilot-controlled, stays automatically within defined radius
Post Processing Software Trimble Inpho UASMaster, Inpho MatchAT and eCognition
Groundstation - Software Planning, realtime-control, following, GPS-downlink; display of flight parameters, e.g. status of voltage, wind speed; artificial horizon, map image, actual flight path with AO212 position; visual and acoustic warnings; emergency power switch off and rudder fail safe positioning; come-home-function
 
 
AO220/AO180
 
AO220 and AO180 may be equipped with e.g. one stabilized or two differently mounted cameras. With —3.7 kg take-off weight AO220 and AO180 are pretty light weight yet very stable in flight. Two e.g. RGB-cameras may look in opposite oblique directions thus doubling ground coverage to an 7800 pixel wide swath. This cuts down flight time to half. In another configuration one may have the 2 cameras, e.g. one RGB and one NIR, in parallel viewing directions delivering 4-channel imagery, R+G+B+NIR. Alternatively, one can use a 1-axis-1-camera-stabilization with+_450 around its roll-axis selectable, stabilized viewing irection. Multiple applications are possible, e.g. in the areas of forestry, agriculture, surveillance, environment, disaster areas, struction sites and many more.
 
Name AO220 / AO180 (depends on wng span)
Category SUSA = Small Unmanned Surveilance Aircraft
Purpose e.g. generation of aerial surveying images
Type Fixed wing airplane
Wing Span 220 cm (=AO220) or 180 cm (AO180)
Take-off weight 3700/3750 grams (operational incl. autopilot, LiPo,
Cruise Speed ~ 14m/s
Endurance ~ 50 min (at maximum payload)
Payload ~ 1200g
Propulsion Folding Propellor; E-motor 200 W; 1 LiPo-battery 4 cells, 14.8 V
Start & Landing Hand launch or catapult, sliding landing, in modes manual or semi-automatic
Control Electronics Autopilot, with GPS- and IMU-Sensors, pilot R/C
Flight modes - automatic: autopilot flies AO220/AO180 and exposes images location based
- semi-auto: autopilot stabilizes AO220/AO180, pilot steers AO220/AO180
- manual: switch on at any time, disables autopilot
Control communication Remote control (R/C), 2.4GHz, 7 channels, interference tolerant
Data link Modem, bi-directional, 2.4GHz, 57600 baud
Sensor/s
Camera configuration examples, each camera 4000x3000 pix, calibrated, ~ 190 g:
camera in 1-axis-1 camera-stabilization mount, viewing direction ± 450, stabilized
cameras, e.g. 2x RGB or NIR, parallel-nadir, swath width ~ 4000 pix cameras, e.g. 2x RGB or 2x NIR, opposite-off-nadir, swath width ~7800 pix open for other sensors / cameras
cameras, 4x RGB, ground coverage – 7800 x 5600 pix
cameras, 4x monochrome R,G,B,NIR,Pan,each 4000x3000 pix, parallel-nadir- looking
cameras, 4x RGB ground coverage ~7800x5800 pix, 1x Pan 4000x3000 pix
cameras, 5x monochrome R,G,B,NIR,Pan, each 4000x3000 pix, parallel nadir- looking open for other sensors / cameras
Ceiling Programmable, autopilot-controlled, selected via flight plan; national rules apply!
Range Programmable, autopilot-controlled, stays automatically within defined radius
Post Processing Software Trimble Inpho UASMaster, Inpho MatchAT and eCognition
Groundstation - Software Planning, realtime-control, following, GPS-downlink; display of flight parameters, e.g. status of voltage, wind speed; artificial horizon, map image, actual flight path with AO220/AO180-position; visual and acoustic warnings; emergency power switch off and rudder fail safe positioning; come-home-function
 
Rotary Wing
AO47-X8 is a multipurpose, small, and light-weight multicopter with 4x2 co-axial mounted propellers. This makes it very compact and thus very stable in wind. It's equipped with first person view (FPV) technology featuring OSD overlay.
Practical details as the on-board display of battery status ease and accelerate setup time.
Its integrated 2-axis gimbal is ready for carrying payload, e.g. a RGB-camera or a thermal camera, or both, which depends on size of sensors used. Its gimbal is programmable and stabilizes in a wide range of angular orientations. Unique are the dimensions of AO47-X8. With close to 50 cm distance from motor-axis to motor-axis and less than 3.8 kg takeoff weight including payload AO47-X8 is one of the lightest and most agile multicopters in the below-5-kg-class.
 
 
 
Name AO47-X8
Category SUSA = Small Unmanned Surveillance Aircraft
Purpose e.g. inspection of buildings, bridges, towers, pylons; aerial mapping
Type Rotary wing, coax multi-copter, octo-copter
Manufacturer RotorKonzept Multicoptermanufaktur UG
Wing span 47 cm (diagonal diameter from motor axis to motor axis)
Take-off weight ~ 2600 g (ready to fly, incl. autopilot, LiPo battery)
Cruise speed ~ 5 m/s, max. speed ~ 15 m/s
Endurance ~ 25 min (with 800 g payload)
Payload ~ 1200 g maximum
Propulsion 4x2 coax propellers, E-motors, out-runners, 1 Li-Po-battery 4 cells, 14.8V, 16.000 mAh
Start & Landing VTOL, GPS-IMU-stabilized; in modes: see below
Control electronics Autopilot with GPS-IMU-sensors; manual remote control given at any time, incl. RPV
Flight modes
automatic : autopilot flies AO47-X8 along pre-defined path, e.g. for exposing images
RTL : Return To Launch (RTL), automatically return to home in pre-set height
alt-hold : altitude hold via GPS-IMU, pilot may move AO47-X8 in horizontal plane
manual : GPS-IMU keeps AO47-X8 level, pilot may move in 3D-space
Control Communication Remote Control (R/C), bi-directional, 2.4 GHz, min. 12 channels, interference tolerant;
additional, attached 7” video screen with OSD, user switchable between video-camera and RGB-camera
Datalink Modem, bi-directional, 433 MHz or 2.4 GHz, 57600 baud;
FPV integrated, 5.8 GHz; 7” video screen integrated in R/C
Gimbal 2-axis gimbal, for roll and pitch, each approx. ±140° gimbal, programmable, e.g.
stay-on-point, stabilize oblique; 3rd axis via R/C-yaw-control
Sensor/s
video camera integrated, online video downlink onto notebook
optional RGB-Camera for still images and video; in video-mode online video downlink onto 7” screen on R/C, storage on SD-card
optional thermal camera available
open for other optional sensors / cameras
Ceiling Programmable, GPS-controlled, selected via flight plan; national rules apply!
Range Programmable, autopilot-controlled, stays automatically within defined fence
Groundstation – Software Planning, realtime -control, -following, GPS-downlink; display of flight parameters, e.g. status of voltage, status of downlink; artificial horizon, map image, actual flight path with AO47-X8-position; visual and acoustic warnings; cascaded fail safe levels with auto landing; come-home-function RTL
Post Processing
Software
Trimble Inpho UASMaster, Inpho MatchAT and eCognition
Transport & Storage Ruggedized case, air-freight capable, < 15 kg, holds all equipment except groundstation computer, payload-sensors
 
 
 
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