Unique ideas are always welcome in the field of Unmanned Aerial Vehicle by any individual or group. If the idea or research project is approved by Aviorone research committee then financial assistance will be provided according to terms and conditions of Aviorone Technologies Pvt. Ltd.
Drones capable of underwater operation are little more than novelties at the moment, but the technology could advance marine research, revolutionize undersea cinematography, and let anyone explore places even experienced divers cannot reach.
Fixed wing unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) are poised to revolutionize aerial observation, commercial communication and military reach. From game wardens in Africa to insurance companies surveying industrial sites, military, government and civil users worldwide are increasingly appreciating the utility of this technology. Large companies like Facebook and Google are developing high altitude long-endurance UAVs to provide internet connectivity. Others plan to use UAVs for multi-month missions focused on land management, resource mapping and topographical surveys. Although rotary wing UAVs allow precise maneuvering, fixed wing UAVs are more efficient in flight, can carry greater payloads such as sensors for longer on less power and are better suited for high-altitude and long endurance (HALE) missions. Fixed wing UAVs can benefit immensely from thin, lightweight and highly efficient solar cell technologies available today.
Most hobby and commercial drones can fly for only about 20-30 minutes max. That’s because batteries eventually die. And the larger and more powerful the battery, the heavier the craft, which in turn needs more battery power to fly. But there are a number of projects taking off now aiming to keep drones in the air much longer by harnessing solar energy, as well as a technology known as wireless energy transfer.
If drones don’t need to recharge, they won’t have to land. And that means drones will be able to travel longer distances and potentially never land, which will be especially important for drones beaming internet access or performing long-term surveillance operations.
Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) are allowing today’s researchers to achieve feats that previous generations of academics only dreamed about. Microdrones is honored to partner with researchers around the globe who use our drones to advance human knowledge as they seek solutions to the world’s greatest problems.
Why do so many researchers trust Microdrones aircraft? There are many reasons, but the two most important are flexibility and performance. Our three highly-versatile drones can be integrated with a wide variety of sensors and equipment, so they can be tailored to meet your specific research needs. Advanced technology and engineering ensure highly accurate data collection and exceptional performance when faced with harsh environments and conditions.