Theyautomatically put themselves in the perfect position to make a smooth,level landing every time.
When not in use, the legs fold up and out ofthe way.
Yeong Hur of Georgia Insitute of Technology informed us about the"Adaptive robotic helicopter landing gear", a system that can handletouching down in unaccommodating environments.
Until the legs can be tested on a full-size helicopter, Georgia Tech isperfecting them on their GT- Rotor BUZZ, a large unmanned helicopter.
Here it demonstrates a landing that would be completely impossible forconventional helicopters.
These legs operate independently of each other, and each one has anembedded distance sensor to measure how near it is to the ground.
Emeric Sergent of DSDI has this to say about Pegasus.
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Pegasus PA-R-135-4 type servo actuators therefore were the best choice to achieve reliable service under the most adverse conditions.
They present small form factor, high dependability implementing safety functions such as overload protection, high grade interface using RS485 data protocol, differential position feedback and high ingress protection rate at IP67 level." "That is why DSDI has chosen Pegasus to equip their UAV product range with their latest technology." For more information please visit: fr January 2016 Since early 2014 we are in contact with Aero Composites Innovations, a uav manufacturer of some extremely promising designs like the R2 UAV product range! François Varigas has this to say about our product: "We have chosen them for their high quality (made in Germany) and their exceptional service life"For more information please visit: 2015Mr.
The 36-ft wingspan Ultra-Long Endurance (ULE) aircraft has been designed to fly missions of up to 10 days.