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Unit 12
l la111ilto11 Business Park
Stirling Way
Borchamwood
WD62rR

Tel: , 44 208 207 0079
Fax , 44 208 953 9162
Mbl: , 44 7770 390 324

Em l: [email protected]
[email protected]

Web: mgtcurope.cmn

1 TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION OF THE DRONE
The drone is characterised by a reticular airframe, completely realised by full carbon fiber
tubes and plates. This airframe has been completely designed and calculated by our
technical office, having the following technical specifications:
damping of the vibration frequencies of the engines: in order to reduce the
influence on the sensors transported;
low request for maintenance: fixing of the components using mechanical joints
instead of screws;
low influence of the wind during the flight: due to a very low lateral shape;
lightweight: with the aim to reach higher time of flight and dynamic performances:
high power/ weight ratio: use of very powerful engines towards the light weight of
the ready-to-fly machine, in order to reach a very high contrai authority in
presence of wind;
high adaptability to various commercial components;
ability to land and take off from slopped surfaces (up to 30° from the horizontal
level), in manual flight control, with a dedicated configuration of the drone;
design, construction of the components, assembling and test completely realised
in our own head office ;
possibility to make the drone rain proof upon request from the customer.
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2013 Drone

Figure 4 • Mechanlcal and electronlc Interface of the payload

Figure 2 - Engine mounting detail

Airframe
Plant dimensions of the
drone
He!g_ht of the drone
Pa_yload
Fl!g_ht autonom_y
O_geratin_g_ s_Q_eed u_ghill
Horizontal s_Q_eed u_ghill
Maximum spherical
o_Q_eratinJ! distance

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Carbon fiber reticular
airframe
600
140
260
30
15
25
1000

mm (between two farest
en_g_ines)
mm
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min
km/h
km/h
m

PAVLOAD DESCRIPTION
Standardised mechanical and electrical interface for every payload;
Easy, fast and precise changing of the payload on the drone by quick connectors
and two screws.
Automatic stabilization of the payload platform by using onboard electronic contrai
(completely designed and developed by our technical office);

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Figure 6 - Payload stabllization durlng flight of the UAV

Figure 7 - Payload stabilization during flight of the UAV

Completely remotable pitch and roll payload: the yaw contrai is realised rotating
the UAV;
Pitch and roll movements completely driven on bearings;
Full carbon fiber and aluminium construction;
Built-in landing gear;
Regulation capability of the mounting position of the transported sensors on the
payload platf orm;
Design, construction, assembling and testing are all realised in our head office.

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GROUND FLIGHT CONTROL DESCRIPTION
Waypoint navigation using ground station such as tablets or pc;
High ease of piloting due to the electronic features;
Ground station for the implementation and contrai of the flight based on 2.4 GHz
router;
GPS Position hold (Return to home fuctions, fail safe RTH);
Auto take off / landing;
Follow me function;
Target circling;
Real time flight status;
iPhone/Android/Tablet/Laptop ground station contrai;
Low voltage alarm via phone/tablet;
Set max flying speed (3.6, 4.8, 6, 8, 10.2 meter/sec).

Figure 8 - UAV detail in flight

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GROUND SENSOR CONTROL DESCRIPTION
Zoom in / zoom out contrai;
On demand optical stabilization ;
On demand black and white function ;

Figure 9 - Pitch control during the flight of the UAV

MGT

·europe

Unit 12
l la111ilto11 Bu i11ess Park
Stirling Way
Borchamwooci
WD62rn
Te l: •44 208 207 0079
Fax: •44 208 953 9162
Mbl: •44 7770 390 324
Eml: [email protected]
[email protected]
Web: 111gteurope.com

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