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RadioPlane Seeker Drone – The Drone That Finds What You Seek
Radioplane, a new player in the drone sphere is introducing a next generation, highly adaptable, modular drone for serious work and adventure. The state of the art Seeker drone is designed to carry many different types of equipment for a multitude of tasks autonomously, automatically and continuously.
The Seeker drone is a highly precise flying device that can be programmed to take off, travel a predetermined flight path over an area while avoiding obstacles and flying as low as mere centimetres above the ground.
The drone has a front and rear mount with multiple interfaces for connecting RadioPlane or third-party modules, a true playground for scientists and tinkerers. There are several modules in the pipeline for the Seeker drone and development of further modules by third party researchers and inventors is actively being supported. Depending on on the weight and shape of any attachments it has a flight time of up to 50 minutes
The Seeker drone works in tandem with the RadioPlane Ground Control Station which processes data and sends and receives instructions to and from the Seeker and the RadioPlane Charging Pad which the drone lands on for automatic recharging.
Many spare parts can be printed locally using our modifiable 3d printing files. The open design of the Seeker base drone allows it to serve as a carrier for all kinds of modules weighing up to 1kg – from cameras and infrared sensors to tree planting modules and inflatable rescue devices.
Click here for the Seeker Drone Press Release.