A Drone by Aero-hawk so cleverly named the Field Hawk


Aero-Hawk  announces the arrival of Field Hawk. A new to the market Unmanned Aerial Vehicle. With the Field Hawk Farmers get a drone capable of providing useful information using Wavelength Specific Filters to Notice Chlorophyll Health, Cell Structure, and Water content. The Field Hawk was designed in house out of tough nylon, using high quality parts. Rising to the challenge of gathering usable plant information at a low cost. The Field Hawk can come equipped with either a 2 or 4 Camera array capable of 60 to 120 gigabytes of information storage. These cameras paired with the powerful yet simple AeroHawk Maps application gives the farmer an edge in efficiency in today’s competitive market. The advanced Flight Controller Pixhawk 2 Cube is operating this aircraft that is capable of fully autonomous missions with a flip of a switch. With a simple 2-axis gimbal the M series cameras get a clear  8 Megapixel image every time the shutter is triggered  Aero-Hawk has developed a full package of Hardware, Software, and Online Support so the farmer can not only just see the data but also use it In his everyday operation. Go check it out at https://aero-hawk.com/ 

On a similar note we are also a distributor for the Pixhawk 2 in the North West of the US. 

Thank you!

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MR60
Comment by Hugues on November 7, 2017 at 11:02am

What are the technical specs of the drone ? (not indicated on your web site either) such info as motors, propeller size, battery model/size, etc

Also the indicated weight of 12lb seems excessive in comparison of the overall dimension of 16x16 inches. isn't there an error ? 

Comment by Aero Hawk on November 7, 2017 at 11:50am

Thanks for pointing that out i will have the website updated shortly. 

Field Hawk specs: 920kv motors, 10 inch propellers, 17x17 or 440mm frame, 5200mah 4s mah battery, 23cm height, and weight is 1200g with battery but without camera.  

If you have anymore questions let me know.


MR60
Comment by Hugues on November 9, 2017 at 10:58am

This is extremely light for the size, good job with the design. I'm surprised you can achieve such low weight using 3D printed parts that are much heavier than what you could achieve with nomex/carbon/balsa frames.

What plastic do you use ?

Comment by Aero Hawk on November 9, 2017 at 3:07pm

Thank you, and the plastic we use is nylon.

Comment by Dale Greer on November 9, 2017 at 10:14pm

Sounds like an Iris+. Flies 12-25 minutes?

Comment by Philip Klassen on November 10, 2017 at 8:13am

On a calm day it will fly 40 minutes if you are just counting minutes. We prefer to count acres because that is what we are using it for. It will fly 160 acres quite easily.

Comment by Auturgy on November 11, 2017 at 11:23am
Arducopter?
Comment by Aero Hawk on November 13, 2017 at 4:32pm

Yes? The FieldHawk is running the latest version of Arducopter.

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