THE HEF 32 UNMANNED HELICOPTER SYSTEM
Following years of development and by closely listening to the industry, High Eye has re-invented the mid-range lightweight UAV concept with the release of the HEF 32. More and more commercial and military requirements are solved in a swift and efficient manner through the integration of the HEF 32 UAV system. This vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) UAV outperforms manned helicopters and fixed-wing RPAS in maritime, ISR, research & inspection missions. The HEF 32 provides a unique combination of long endurance, industrial reliability, long range (BVLOS) capability and payload flexibility.
with MTOW <25kg
THE PLATFORM FOR YOUR MISSION
Find out why you should choose the HEF 32 VTOL UAV for your mission: an affordable unmanned aviation system with a long endurance and beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) capabilities.
HEF 32 UAV Specifications
The HEF 32 is the result of several years of engineering, modelling and testing. Through compliance to aeronautical industry standards and by following military testing requirements, our UAV boasts impressive performance figures. Follow the link to find out more about the system, available options and payload integrations.
“We track and monitor arctic wildlife, therefore we need an unmanned system that can perform under extreme weather conditions with a long range and endurance.”
Kirt Ejesiak | Chairman & CEO Arctic UAV, Canada
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In 2019, High Eye will release a thoroughly updated version of its proven HEF 32 unmanned helicopter system. The updates affect almost all parts of the construction and represent an even bigger advancement to competing systems.
High Eye shows the new HEF 32 UAV on the EuroNaval in Paris 2018 with heavy fuel options and ship-based specifications to perfectly serve the maritime VTOL UAV market.
The HEF 32 VTOL RPAS made between 40 and 50 take offs and landings on a small seagoing vessel to test the UAV for commercial and military maritime missions.