Acecore Technologies has released its third drone platform today.
The new Acecore Noa has a 20kg payload capacity with endurance of an hour.
Its six enlarged rotors aim to give Noa the edge over the competition, sporting 28″ reinforced carbon fibre props, this pixhawk-based hexacopter excels at staying in the air longer than ever before.
It was designed to be the first drone to combine heavy lifting with endurance in harsh environments.
Its six custom ace motors are mounted upside-down onto its true carbon fiber monocoque frame allowing users to operate the drone in 9mm/h downfall.
While keeping the water out, Noa’s hollow arms generate a cool airflow through the system. This active air cooling ensures the system can be used in outside temperatures up to 50 degrees Celsius.
The new Acecore Noa is available for order from Acecore directly or any authorized reseller effective immediately.
First units will start shipping the first week of June 2020.