Merry Christmas and a happy new year!

We are almost ready to start with our all-in-one solution, the BeastTX, at Kickstarter. At the same time we introduce a new productline for automated flights. The D.O.C (Drone Operation Controller) is not a simple remote-control. It combines the groundstation, remote-control, video-transmission and mobility in one device. However the best part is, that you are able to fly automated UAVs with only one person 100% legal. Check out our facebooksite and homepage for more details. Let us redefine the way of fly with UAVs in 2016 together at Kickstarter...

The BeastTX appears as a DOC in 2016. This Trailer is a foretaste of the Kickstarter-Project starting at 1st quarter 2016 ! 

www.luftfotos24.de/beasttx

www.facebook.com/luftfotos24

Best regards

Luftfotos24 - Team

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Comment by Ravi on December 24, 2015 at 7:52pm

great product for this community. you have one confirmed buyer.

Comment by Rana on December 24, 2015 at 10:10pm

It really looks great, at what aprox price you are targeting it to place at ?

Comment by JB on December 25, 2015 at 8:18am

Looks cool. Im also interested but not if it is priced to high. For the hardware I'm thinking around $500-$700, but its likely to be above $1k from the looks of it.

Comment by Paul Meier on December 25, 2015 at 9:03am

One year ago it was priced around 4300.00 USD.................

beasttx 2014

Comment by JB on December 25, 2015 at 9:40am

I thought it looked familiar somehow. Thx for the link Paul.

I hope they fix the price to get a slice of market though. We need a UAV type controller.

Comment by Martin von Kameke on December 25, 2015 at 9:45am

Hi,

yes, we will sell some early birds of it and it is little bit under 1k €. The normal pricing is compliant to the market. Please wait for the Kickstarter project and please share and like our project. We will make more videos in the next weeks.

kind regrads and merry christmas,

martin

Comment by Paul Meier on December 25, 2015 at 11:47am


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Why would you use 2.4 instead of 5.8 for wifi hd video? How can you avoid RC interference ?


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Comment by Randy on December 25, 2015 at 9:33pm

Looking good, a lot of features!  best of luck.

At the risk of being slightly off topic, I think there's a big demand for a wifi transmitter/telemetry system for HD video and control for people who are building their own copters - basically the equivalent of the Solo controller or Bebop skycontroller.  I think the mass move to wifi is going to come along with the move to linux based flight controllers which will likely pick up steam in 2016.

Ideally I'd like to see the a wifi equivalent OpenTX (i.e. what's in the Taranis) because they're open source with a vibrant developer community surrounding them but who knows how it will turn out, maybe the BeastTX (or a smaller/cheaper version?) will fill the need.  Again, sorry for going slightly off topic.

Comment by JB on December 25, 2015 at 11:17pm

Spot on Randy.

We need a Taranis type RC sleeve for a 7-8 inch tablet at around $300. You could then run linux (on a tablet running an Atom for example) with a touch version of companion9x running to program the rc...or an android version of that. Then wifi for telemetry and video streaming as required. With a flexable sleeve type mount you can always replace the expensive tab part to the latest version without much effort...plus the tablet gets more usage if it doesnt have to be attached.

Comment by Martin von Kameke on December 26, 2015 at 4:44am

@Paul Meier

The System is full customizable. You can use 2,4GHz via wlan or 5,8Ghz Analog for HD Video-transmission. This depends on which modules you choose. The wlan-link takes no effect of interference to the RC-link. There is an adaption of 2.4GHz channel-usage.

best regards

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