The name "Cerberus" originates from Greek mythology, and describes a three-headed hell-hound with the tail of a serpent and the claws of a lion that guarded the entrance to the underworld.
The Cerberus has unmatched hover capability because it can tilt its body up and down at any angle, enabling a camera or larger payload to be pointed with ease without requiring a sophisticated gimbal. The Cerberus can also change heading faster than any multi-rotor.
- Current flying prototype
- Can tilt at any angle (+/- 75 deg.), removing the need for a camera gimbal
- Changes heading faster than any other multi-rotor
- Advanced circling guidance
- Allows a target to be circled
- 2000 lumens headlights
- Fixed HD camera
- 20 mintues hover endurance
- Complex Asset Inspections
- Search and Rescue
- Construction and Mining
- Defence - tactical