Syos Aerospace was launched to develop and manufacture practical and viable heavy-lift unmanned aerial systems (UAS/drones) to take the pilot out of the sky. Whether it’s transporting goods, lifting sensitive equipment, or providing a cost-efficient aerial platform, the SA-200 is a multi-purpose platform capable of performing many roles.
Owned and operated in New Zealand, Syos focuses on delivering true utilitarian UAS suitable for the dull, dirty and dangerous.
- Multiple payload options for equipment or product
- 200kg payload capacity
- 2 hour flight endurance
- >100 km flight range
- 120km/h cruise speed
- Unleaded or heavy fuel
- Multiple redundancies
- Autonomous with pre-programmed flight missions
- Capable in EMI environments
|Main rotor diameter
|Heavy fuel or unleaded petrol (two engine options).
|Up to 2 hours
|Up to 100km (optionally further if using satellite communication).
|Flight control software
|Autonomous flights by programmable waypoint-based missions with ability to modify operation in-flight and control payload.
|Ground control station (GCS)
|Mission control computer with monitors for flight data and any onboard camera setup.
|Moderate rain. Up to 50km/h surface wind.
|Multiple system redundancies, both sensor and logic. Heading redundancy using differential GNSS. Dead reckoning capability in fully degraded environments. Capable of autorotation.
|High quality componentry and estimation logic mitigate impact of high power signals and allow precise navigation.
|AP is EMI/EMC tested design to MIL-STD 461. High precision dead-reckoning navigation when GNSS is unavailable.
|Transported via 20ft shipping container or vehicle trailer with no disassembly required.
|Set up time
|< 8 minutes onsite time for set up and pre-start checks.
|Open architecture to mechanically and electronically accept various payload types, whether cargo bay, long-line, gimbal set up or sensor pod.