Air drop package
Transportation of packages containing supplies to remote destinations is in increasing demand. Thanks to the APID One being able to carry a heavy payload and a frame that allows packages of larger volume, the amount of supplies per flight can be increased compared to most other RPAS.
Vaccine to thousands of people
As an example a single air drop package could provide thousands of people with the vaccine they need to survive.
Cold storage, active or passive with live or recorded monitoring
Not all supplies can withstand the climate of where it’s needed without proper cooling. Injection of vaccine that’s been without cooling and therefore lost it’s effect is a major problem with huge costs both economically and in human suffering as a result.
Taking the air route with a monitored cooling system will decrease the time of transport and make sure the supplies get to where it’s needed without the risk of mishandling.
Full size helicopters have been carrying camera gimbals for a while now. One thing they have in common is that the image in most cases are presented to an operator on-board. With the camera gimbal mounted to an APID One the image is sent down to the ground station where it can be interpreted and acted upon directly by the command and control.
Live data, efficient time management
Since the command and control can act upon the live data from the APID One, they can make time critical decisions much more efficient without the on-board operator as a middle man. Thus gaining critical seconds and lowering the risk of miss information.
The APID One system is a platform that offers integration of many different types of payloads. That goes for camera gimbals as well. Trakka Systems, DST Control and L3Wescam are, to name a few, manufacturers whose gimbals have been proven to work on our RPAS with great result.