At over 5 ft broad, this drone isn’t for noobs

At over five feet wide, this drone is not for noobs

Think about: You flip up at CES with an enormous ass hexacopter, solely to seek out it isn’t even the most important drone on the present. Not by a rustic mile. Nonetheless, at 5.four ft throughout and 1.sixty five ft tall, Aee’s F600 continues to be a little bit of a beast. In fact, you do not make a drone this measurement to hold a GoPro. The F600 is designed for industrial use. Assume heavy-obligation duties like servicing oil rigs in excessive winds, because the six giant rotors give it far more stability than your common Phantom.

It isn’t simply the dimensions that is been jacked up. The video hyperlink will transmit full HD from over six miles away, which is about the identical distance as its complete flight vary. You will additionally get far more flight time, with Aee claiming the F600 is sweet for nearly an hour of flight time, virtually 3 times that of the typical shopper drone. This drops to forty minutes or so with a 6.5lb payload. The whole lot concerning the F600 is plus measurement, together with the controller — a comically giant, rugged model of the type your common quadcopter has. There’s additionally a full briefcase-sized PC floor station — full with Home windows XP based on the catalog picture. We do not have a worth for the F600, however huge boys toys are not often low cost, however should you’re in enterprise, we’re positive it is going to be an inexpensive funding.

At over five feet wide, this drone is not for noobs

On this article: aee, CES2016, drone, f600, gear, hexacopter, robotic, robots
 James Trew is a know-how journalist initially from Bristol, UK, at present based mostly in Spain. James started writing for music magazines within the ‘90s, earlier than shifting right into a profession in IT/telecoms. It wasn’t lengthy earlier than the 2 worlds merged and writing about know-how, notably within the music making world, turned a full time profession. Now it is extra about wearables, know-how in tradition and the odd telephone or two. 

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