We are undoubtedly approaching a new era of the aviation industry. Hungarian company ByeGravity has developed a drone called FLIKE that can carry a load of 400 kg. Because of this ability, it has a great chance to change a lot across many fields.
Although Drones were initially developed for military purposes, they quickly found their use also in other fields. These highly innovative machines have the potential to change our ordinary lives.
The most interesting project by our partner is undoubtedly the drone called FLIKE. It can carry enormous load of 400 kg and is one of the largest tricopters in the world.
Among its top advantages belong very easy maintenance and both remote and onboard controlling systems. The main and very ambitious goal of the project FLIKE is nothing less than to change the way of transportation we know today.
ByeGravity develops special solutions for multicopters with carrying capacity between 50 and 400 kg. This company also offers services and consultations to other companies with similar vision. They take their functional solution and modify it for concrete projects.
One of their own systems, Failsafe Flight controller system secures safe landing of the aircraft with its 3 computer systems. Bye Gravity has also developed the system that allows drones to land safely even with one motor out of order.
We have cooperated with our partner on the development of complete propulsion unit including Battery Management System (BMS), Battery Accupacks and Electronic Speed Controllers (ESCs). We hope that together, we can develop products, which will soon be spotted on the sky.
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