Complete RTF solution for rescue support
While saving lives every second is crucial. This is why having a clear and complete overview of a situation allows to take the most appropriate decisions in terms of materials and human factor needed.
Because they can easily lift day cameras with powerful zooms as well as infrared ones, drones have rapidly been implemented by public safety professionals. Indeed, they provide useful real-time visual information at reasonable cost.
360° aerial viewpoint
Thanks to its technical characteristics and performance, the XENA Rescue is the ultimate tool for performing search and rescue missions. As a compact and powerful system, it was designed to operate in demanding weather conditions. Indeed, it has been successfully tested under a continuous wind of 30 Km/h average.
The XENA Rescue is a professional, robust and versatile system, embedding a Sony HD (RGB camera) and a FLIR Vue Pro (infrared camera) on a 2-axis gimbal, offering both day and night vision. With a powerful zoom (up to 30x), it allows to identify subjects at a distance and operates even in low visibility conditions. In other worlds, it provides useful information about a situation and its surroundings, allowing to quickly take the best decisions during rescue operations.
Efficient and poweful system
XENA is a foldable and compact drone that is easily carried in its hard suitcase. It runs with only one battery, which greatly simplify missions on the field.
The XENA Rescue is a compact and precise system, that brings a clear advantage in many SAR operations like mountain, sea or any post-disaster rescue. It has been designed to be resistant while providing quality live video stream to the ground station.
The XENA Rescue is a made in Europe drone that fulfills all the necessary requirements for an aircraft operating in the European sky.
XENA Rescue Flight time Up to 32 min Take-Off Weight 4.3 Kg Max continuous wind speed 50 Km/h Max operating altitude (AMSL) 5000 m DGLV certified (Belgium) Classe 1a DGAC certified (France) S1, S2 and S3 Functionnalities