Occasion 38 Unmanned Methods to Construct Heavy Elevate eVTOL – Drones Information
Innovative technology drives university research
RICHFIELD, OH – September 15, 2020 – Event 38 Unmanned Systems has been selected by a university research team to build an electric vertical takeoff for heavy loads
and landing aircraft (eVTOL) for a highly specialized physical payload. The partnership enables the university to carry out a state-of-the-art research project and Event 38 to expand its portfolio of uniquely powerful unmanned aerial vehicles.
The Event 38 team is responsible for building the eVTOL to lift a 150 pound payload
and keep it almost completely motionless for data collection purposes. The aircraft will be an impressive size – 11 “x 11” and 600 pounds with a flight time of 30 minutes.
Event 38 was selected for this opportunity because of their deep understanding of aerodynamics, electronics and flight software using Ardupilot and PX4 flight controls.
With these skills, the team is uniquely qualified to master such a challenging aircraft construction.
“The work we do at Event 38 is perfect for this research because of its size and size
Payload sensitivity requires careful design considerations, ”said Event 38 founder
and President Jeff Taylor. “It is a more economical solution and poses less risk to personnel than using a manned helicopter.”
Event 38 believes this technology has many uses including disaster relief,
Recruitment and industrial logistics. The first flight is currently planned for the fourth quarter.
2020 to follow with further development.
ABOUT EVENT 38
Event 38 Unmanned Systems was founded in 2011 and is headquartered in Richfield, Ohio
designs and manufactures unmanned aerial vehicles to meet the demands of commercial and
Government users. With custom solutions for aircraft from 5 to 70 pounds, production
Aircraft deployed to over 500 users worldwide, and a full composite design and
Event 38 has the experience to overcome the toughest challenges
Requirements for unmanned aircraft.