Insitu Pacific has locally developed and fielded small, multi-rotor wing unmanned aircraft, often commonly referred to as drones. Leveraging our strong supplier and partner relationships, these Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS), or drones are able to safely complete a wide variety of local inspection tasks. Live-imagery video feed, high definition digital stills, Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) and Forward Looking Infra-Red (FLIR) are just some of the capabilities available for your operation. With a small footprint and ease of operation, these assets are ready to deploy rapidly where and when you need them. Drones have a unique benefit of being smaller in size and weight meaning they can better access difficult to reach areas. Insitu Pacific utilises a range of multi-rotor drones and fixed-wing drones in order to provide a custom tailored solution for our client’s needs.
The CT110 custom-designed multi-rotor drone complements Insitu Pacific’s larger, commercial fixed wing unmanned aircraft fleet by offering a smaller system that has improved reliability, endurance and safety features over systems of similar size. These features are mandated by our government and commercial customers and include;
- Advanced return home features
- Up-rated engines
- Large battery packs for sustained controlled flight
The system is highly flexible and allows the rapid swapping of payloads depending on the collection task required. The CT110 is a multi-rotor drone, capable of vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) and it can be readily deployed without site preparation. Launch and recovery is simple and efficient.
Payloads include: Electro Optic (EO), Infra-Red (IR), Photogrammetric (for a large mapping area), LiDAR for 3D terrain mapping and full motion video with live feed and still imagery.
Endurance: Up to 60 minutes
Power: 4 x 5s 10,000 mah lipo batteries
Cruise Speed: 15-20 knots
Range: Visual Line of Sight (VLOS)
Empty structure weight: 7kg
Max. takeoff weight: 15kg