GRIFF 300, a multirotor capable of loading up to 225 kilograms

GRIFF 300

If you are a drone lover or directly need a unit capable of carrying enough weight to move it from one place to another, I would like to introduce you to the new one GRIFF 300, a multi-rotor drone developed and manufactured by GRIFF Aviation, a Norwegian company specialized in this type of project, which stands out for something as simple as being able to lift up to 225 kilograms. As a detail, before continuing, let me tell you that we are facing the first drone to reach the market for civil and professional use that has been certified by both the European Aviation Safety Agency and the Federal Aviation Administration of the United States.

Returning to the GRIFF 300, tell you that we are not only facing a device capable of lifting a weight as high as the 225 kilograms of which we spoke in previous lines, but also and depending on the weight and the weather conditions to which it must do front, may offer a maximum autonomy of up to 45 minutes Or, at least, that is what the Norwegian company itself ensures.

GRIFF 300, a multirotor approved by both the AESA and the FAA.

As he commented Leif Johan Hollan, CEO of GRIFF Aviation:

We knew from the beginning that safety is an issue of colossal importance to the aviation industry and our potential customers. For that reason we decided to achieve international level certifications, which we have achieved. As a result, I am proud to say that we are the first company in the world to sell certified drones to the professional market. This will open up new global opportunities in a very demanding sector.

Finally, it should be noted that, according to its own creators, the GRIFF 300 has been developed with the idea of ​​being able to carry out surveillance tasks, missions of the armed forces, fire services and even support of search and rescue teams. As a final detail, tell you that today, as confirmed by the CEO of the company himself, they are already working on the development of a version capable of carrying up to 800 kilograms of weight.


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