Avy Drone Network
Avy BVLOS Drone Response Networks are autonomous, remotely monitored and easily deployed. Our self-flying VTOL technology is designed to save lives, preserve nature and to create attractive business cases for our customers.
The Avy Aera is the market leading VTOL fixed-wing drone for BVLOS flights. It takes off and lands vertically like a helicopter before transitioning to the efficient flight of a plane by leveraging its wings.
Faster by autonomy
The aircraft flies itself while avoiding other airspace users to get to the desired location faster than any other solution.
Our aircraft flies in heavy rain and harsh sunshine, in blistering cold or sweltering heat, withstanding winds of up to 30+ knots, being one of the most resilient and adaptable VTOL+Fixed-Wing drones.
Ensuring immediate deployability, our Docking Station triples as a landing pad, shelter and charging station – an all-in-one hub for effective drone operations. This enhances response times for emergency services and guarantees shorter delivery times for vital medical payloads.
Avy offers two highly capable cameras with day and night sensors, stabilised video footage, zoom features and various smart camera modes - the Nighthawk 2 and Raptor from NextVision.
|20x optical zoom + 2x digital zoom
|40x optical zoom + 2x digital zoom
|RGB: 1280 x 720
IR: 640 x 480
|RGB: 1280 x 720
IR: 1280 x 720
Coordinate holding (fix on GPS coordinates)
The AirCare Medkit is made for sensitive and fragile medical payloads and features cool packs made of Phase Changing Material (PCM), a temperature sensor and a user-friendly display. It is designed to have enough space for medical deliveries such as blood bags and tissue samples, transporting them according UN3373 requirements.
The insulated AirCare Medkit maintains your sensitive medical cargo at a stable temperature for 100 minutes. It has been designed to operate in ambient temperatures of up to 40C° and will maintain the cargo within a range of 4C°.
The integrated temperature sensor enables the user to review the temperatures to ensure that the correct range was maintained throughout the flight.