Hover for hours in the frozen Arctic World
Arctic UAV chose the HEF 32 RPAS to be able to perform nature research such as whales, seals and caribou tracking in the North of Canada.
“Operating Long Range UAV’s in the Arctic is challenging. We looked for a long period to find a robust unmanned VTOL UAV solution. We are convinced that the HEF 32 RPAS is best available option in the market” says Kirt Ejesiak, Chairman & CEO of Arctic UAV.
Besides wildlife and environmental surveys & monitoring Arctic UAV is planning to use the HEF 32 for surveillance of marine traffic, detecting oil spills, ice reconnaissance from vessels or land based and sea ice monitoring in the arctic.
HEF 32 VTOL UAV in action
Because of its IP67 protection, the HEF 32 is able to perform well under low temperatures and in snow. It can easily take off and land anywhere because of its snow skids
Minus 30 degrees Celsius and arctic conditions.
The HEF 32 UAV is suitable for operations far below freezing level and can operate from snow and ice. Due to the small size of the UAV and its practical transportation case, the system can be relocated easily in arctic sceneries, using a single snow mobile and sled.
“To track and monitor arctic wildlife we need kilometers of range with a VTOL UAV that performs under extreme conditions”
Kirt Ejesiak | Chairman & CEO Arctic UAV, Canada