AiDrones AiD-H35T. Specifications. A photo.
AiDrones AiD-H35T. Specifications. A photo.

AiDrones AiD-H35T. Specifications. A photo.


AiDrones AiD-H35T- civilian industrial drone, designed in 2012, the German company «AiDrones».


AiDrones AiD-H35T photo


The AiDrones AiD-H35T unmanned aerial vehicle was developed by German specialists in aerospace engineering for the sole purpose of civilian application. This unmanned aerial vehicle is used to control a fire hazard situation, to monitor roads, is used for patrolling electric transmission lines, oil and gas pipelines, etc. Its very small dimensions provide the drone with an easy design, which in turn influences the duration of the airborne movement, the speed of travel and, of course, the real cost of the device.

Unmanned aerial vehicle made in the helicopter configuration, thus, there is also used two screws - the main rotor bearing and compensating rotok flight stabilization. When designing UAV AiDrones AiD-H35T engineers used lightweight materials, among which mainly acts aluminum and composites, thus, drone design is very robust and reliable.

Model AiDrones AiD-H35T able to climb to a height of 3 thousand meters, while, thanks to the use of a powerful engine, the device can reach a maximum speed of its movement in 120 km \ h., While the maximum length of time the drone in flight is 2 hours (depending on the desired movement program).

Unmanned aerial vehicle is equipped with three types of cells - electro, which is additionally equipped with an infrared sensor; Thermal camera for tracking changes in the temperature of objects with respect to the environment and multispectral camera.


Specifications AiDrones AiD-H35T.


  • Length: 2 m .;
  • The diameter of the rotor: 4,8 m .;
  • Height: 0,68 m .;
  • Maximum takeoff weight: 35 kg .;
  • Cruising flight speed: 60 km \ h .;
  • Maximum flight speed: 120 km \ h .;
  • Maximum flight distance: 80 km .;
  • Maximum flight height: 3000 m .;
  • aircraft engine type: a turbine;
  • Powerplant: unknown;
  • Power: unknown.



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