Made with advanced composite manufacturing methods, and the latest advances in lithium polymer battery technology, Dauntless brings cutting edge technology from the manned aerospace sector to the UAV market.
Designed with the real world in mind, the ducted tail rotor allows for increased durability and greater aerodynamic efficiency, while reducing the acoustic signature.
Dauntless is the only system in its class with Two Heated Payload bays. This allows for a larger operational envelope, further enhancing mission readiness. Multiple users can control the sensors independently with dual video links, so you don’t have to sacrifice situational awareness of the operators for that of the data product consumer.
Inspections of offshore rigs or
pipelines: leak detection.
Power line and solar panel
Provide a usable map in the event of
mud slide or other natural disaster.
Rail line inspection, road construction
Search and rescue using heat
signature, circling perimeter to relay
live video to central command.
Command. Control. Communicate.
Gain actionable intelligence in the
field, with multiple sensor capabilities.
Our industry first health management system employs an advanced insitu sensor suite. HMS monitors and performs predictive analytics on all physical and electrical activity of every component on the aircraft 10 times a second, so you can see advance warning on mission critical issues.
There are 42 independent sensors constantly measuring current draw, voltage, temperature, vibration, RPM, and a host of other parameters. The data is processed on board and the results relayed to the ground control station in real time, so both the aircraft and the operator can spot potential problems before they happen.
Chris is an engineer, helicopter and fixed wing pilot on his second drone company.
Neerav has an MBA and owns a second company that manufactures electro- mechanical assemblies.
TJ, is a engineer and patent attorney, pilot, old school maker, and also on his second drone company.
Dilip has started in energy and gone to telecom, defense, and finally unmanned systems.
Tyson has focussed on industrial automation and robots, and is a Mechanical engineer.
Hardeep, an engineer, prefers the computer hardware side of things.
Steve is an engineer, pilot, and also on his second drone company.
Peter is an aerospace engineer and pilot.
Kevin has an interest in machine vision.