Herzlich Willkommen im Verband!
Im ersten Quartal 2020 können wir wieder viele neue Mitglieder in unseren Reihen des UAV DACH e.V. begrüßen.
Neues Mitglied: RS.RedEagle AG
RED EAGLE becomes no. ONE in European airborne REMOTE SENSING and SURVEILLANCE business in security, commercial and environment application fields.
- business will be in the mid of satellite observation down to micro drone tasks.
- business will be in the favorite center between high specialized rather small entities and the big, rather slower entities.
- RED EAGLE is free for and will benefit from the case by case cooperation with above ones, acting as a system company for solutions for the end user of data.
THE TASK: MORE DATA, MORE OFTEN AND MORE PRECISE
RED EAGLE – FOLLOWING A SUCCESSFUL MISSION ROUTE
- RED EAGLE enters the market in the 1t and the 3t ‘take off mass’ class airborne platforms, matching the hot spots of the markets.
- The platforms/aircraft will carry a wide range of sensors and further REMOTE SENSING equipment up to 250 respective 750kg payloads and are prepared for its integration
- RED EAGLE drives innovations for the platforms/aircraft: Entering the new era of electro/hybrid powerplants jointly with SIEMENS, design to the purpose (no misuse of General Aviation Aircraft), new technologies for airframe and aircraft systems, thus opening new markets by performance feature like range, endurance, low fuel consumption, low noise,…
- RED EAGLE drives innovations in the application fields and sensor technologies, jointly with numerous worldwide research activities as there are maritime security with German DLR (German NASA), climate change with well known Potsdam/Germany research institutes and further international ones, thus again opening new markets and providing benefits for mankind.
- A look to near future: As at ground mobility there will be growing move on an unmanned operation of ‘aerial systems’. RED EAGLE approach is the synthesis of manned and unmanned flight features in one flight control system – so-called Optionally Piloted Vehicle (OPV)
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