From Seville today we receive a news related to the world of very interesting drones, as well as the presentation by Novadrone of a new model baptized as Nomad. This device is basically a Remotely Manned Aerial System designed to be able to capture, in a completely autonomous way, aerial images for both terrain mapping and surveillance tasks.
As you are probably thinking, this new device is a professional aircraft designed to work in surveying, agriculture, surveillance or other forestry tasks. In order to carry out this project, at Novadrone they have had to work on design and resource optimization tasks for more than two years to finally be able to offer all their clients a robust and reliable tool with which to work.
After two years of hard work, Novadrone presents Nomad, a multidisciplinary drone that will surprise you.
Among the materials used to create Nomad highlight for example the carbon fiber and Kevlar, ideal for creating a device capable of working in all kinds of weather conditions as well as being able to offer great flight stability, something essential to be able to extract exact data as well as take high-resolution georeferenced photographs and maps in both 2D and 3D. more reliable.
As a detail, tell you that this device incorporates a professional electronic control system with an average rate between failures, MTBF, of more than 49.000 hours. A very important detail is that all communications and control commands are encrypted using the protocol AES 128/256 which guarantees that attacks that end up leaking data and even stealing control of the aircraft cannot occur. In addition to this, it is worth highlighting the inclusion of a sonar as well as several large flaps capable of acting as airbrakes in order to guarantee much smoother landings.
Further information: Todrone