Mobile Recon Systems is introducing the KittyHawk to its family of UAVs offering high-value service.
The KittyHawk will be part of a line of UAVs that carry out transport supply, inspection and aerial analysis, border and perimeter surveillance, emergency first response, and mapping.
On the decision, Mobile Recon Systems founder, Mike Dowell, said: “Our aerial multi-functional platform has industry leading integration of lift capacity, functional flexibility, flight time and cost.”
He added: “The KittyHawk can not only be used for reconnaissance, but also more rigorous applications like carrying temperature sensitive supplies of up to 25 pounds in a transport box or monitoring and counting wildlife with thermal imaging, our flexible platform offers a myriad of possibilities.”
The company is now taking orders for the KittyHawk and seeking funding to bring its higher lift capacity to a worldwide market.