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Digital Aerolus designed the Aertos™ commercial inspection drones to conform to the rugged specifications required by the industries we serve. Proprietary Folded Geometry (FGC™) flight code delivers advanced stability and predictable flight unmatched by other inspection UAVs.
Aertos™ drones operate stably when GPS is not accessible – the superior solution for every type of indoor and covered inspection.
The unique combination of Folded Geometry (FCG™) flight code and ducted fans in our flagship Aertos 120™ model delivers a stable and robust vehicle that can survive the harshest environments.
The Aertos 300™ is optimized to assist inspection operations in confined spaces and complete tasks that can prove costly and dangerous if executed by manned operation teams. The Aertos 300™ demonstrates the multiple innovations and a commitment to excellence that will change the way you and your organization consider drones.
The Aertos 121™ is based on our flagship Aertos 120™, and utilizes efficient internally ducted fans for propulsion. The rugged duct design and Folded Geometry (FCG™) flight code combines to deliver a stable, reliable, robust vehicle that survives the harsh environments encountered by police teams and first responders.
Digital Aerolus Drones Deliver Six Key Features
Stable indoor and outdoor, even in GPS-challenged areas. Predictable flights indoors and out – even if the UAV strikes an object.
Safe ducted & protected-blade designs reduce risk and prevents injury to your workforce, and damage to nearby objects and even the UAV itself.
Simple to start, simple to launch. Deploy rapidly – from carrying case into your airspace in a matter of seconds.
High-resolution video telemetry and still images – with broad visual view both horizontal or vertical – even in darkness.
Rugged design and strong materials means that Digital Aerolus drones can handle your challenging day-to-day work environment.
Compact designs – the perfect tools for tight and confined spaces and places other drones can’t even imagine going.