This survey drone takes security seriously

New Zealand-based drone maker Altus Intelligence desires to be sure its US$ 39,000 survey drones do not end up as debris.

That is where the LRX’s three independent fail safe systems

The LRX is additionally equipped with eight propellers that were staggered. A different motor controls each, making sure the drone will stay in flight if one fails.

But drone security is taken by Altus one measure further. 

“The parachute is the closing fail safe measure.

The procedure also ensures the security of those on the earth. 

I really don’t see many drones but I suppose it could be encouraging to know that if they do, they will not be dropping at full speed on my head. 

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