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Darius

Self-designed hexacopter, designed for being able to accomplish a variety of tasks. It can be controlled with two different types of autopilots: Pixhawk (Px4) and Naza V3. It can carry up to 8kg of payload, including robotic arms. It is also foldable.

Key features:
  • Diameter: 1.7m
  • 12 minutes endurance (fully loaded)
  • Weight: 7kg +8kg extra payload
  • Foldable
  • Motors: KDE6213XF (185Kw)
Possible applications:
  • Multipurpose aerial cooperation for structure assemble
  • Object grabbing in inaccessible locations
  • Use of tools for aerial repairs
  • Obstacles detection and removal
  • Load transportation

Technical specifications

Speed:17 m/s
Altitude:2500 AMSL
Power supply:2 batteries, 25-volt 12-amp
Interface:Ros/Ubuntu
Weight:7kg
Endurance:12 minutes (Fully loaded)
Height:550mm

Access information

Corresponding infrastructureUniversidad de Sevilla
Robotics, Vision and Control Group
LocationCamino de los Descubrimientos, 41092 Sevilla, Spain
Unit of accessWorking day

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