The SR-1 Quad Plane

Overview

The SR-1 Quad Plane is a complete Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) solution optimized for long range monitoring and large area mapping missions.  The SR-1 combines the hover and Vertical Takeoff and Landing (VTOL) capabilities of a multicopter with the fast and efficient forward flight capabilities of an airplane into one practical platform.  It carries a downward-facing photo camera and a dome video camera, and has a large payload capacity to allow for a variety of on-board instrumentation options.

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The SR-1 overflying Fukuoka, Japan.  Image courtesy of Yuuki "Darian" Inada from Dration.com.
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The SR-1 overflying Fukuoka, Japan. Image courtesy of Yuuki "Darian" Inada from Dration.com.

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Specs

Parameter Value Notes
Forward flight 50 minutes at 56 km/h (34 mph) Includes one vertical takeoff and landing
Hover-only flight 15 min
Linear flight range 47 km (29 miles)
Maximum payload 800g (1.5 lbs) with 12 Ah battery Capable of more payload if smaller battery is used
Maximum takeoff weight 5 kg (11 lbs)
Wingspan 1.7 m (5.6 ft)
Electronics Hitec metal gear servos, T-Motor ESCs and motors
Flight controller Customized flight control firmware