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A new versatile drone designed for public safety and critical sectors has been unveiled. The mid-sized multirotor SF2 drone boasts a resilient design that enables it to deploy in extreme environments.
The drone developed by Skyfire is designed for public safety, military, and DoD applications. Whether being utilized by the fire service for mapping missions and scene reconstruction, by police departments for tactical missions, or drone as a first responder (DFR) programs, SF2 is able to help first responders complete their mission and get home safely.
The drone has been specifically developed for the unpredictable conditions seen by first responders. It is constructed with aerospace-grade aluminum and carbon fiber, and its folding boom configuration allows it to be transported in a compact lightweight case or backpack for quick deployment.
With a maximum payload weight of 14 pounds, SF2 has a maximum flight speed of over 55 mph and a maximum flight time of over 45 minutes. Its payload-agnostic design allows users to choose from a variety of HD cameras and sensor options.
SF2 comes standard with the Herelink integrated remote controller with a maximum transmission distance of six miles and an onboard Pixhawk Cube Orange, according to dronelife.com.