Geoscout AIRd-1 is an industrial-grade, vertical takeoff unmanned vehicle which caters to the remote detection/sensing market and fills the void between hobby-grade and military grade platforms. A redefinition of what was formerly known as a "multi-rotor drone."
Geoscout has taken advantage of the energy density of fossil fuel as an alternative to current battery technology, and because of this it is able to go further.
The team at Geoscout turned to Loft to design the Geoscout with form in mind. One of their main goals was to make the Geoscout useful in the agriculture space — monitoring crops, and giving farmers the information they need to make informed decisions.
The result is a platform with unparalleled flight time and payload capacity packed into a manageable footprint. The design reflects its rugged strength and unique abilities to carry more than traditional drones. In addition to its use in the agricultural space, its jet engine enables it to deliver life-saving medical supplies to areas that would otherwise be inaccessible.
"The result is a platform with unparalleled flight time and payload capacity packed into a manageable footprint."