law enforcement

Law Enforcement agencies have broad requirements for sUAS systems. The Yuneec H520 six-rotor sUAS is a versatile aerial platform that can be configured to meet those requirements. Whether used for accident scene reconstruction, crime scene mapping, as “eye in the sky” for crowd control, active shooter scenarios, intelligence-gathering, or monitoring of targeted areas, the H520 offers the necessary payloads for optimal performance.

Accident Scene Recreation

The Yuneec H520 airframe in combination with the Yuneec E90 1-inch high resolution gimbal-stabilized camera empowers Law Enforcement officers to quickly record an accident scene in 2D or 3D, for later assembly of data for court appearances, reporting, or archiving. With tools such as PhotoModeler® or Pix4D®, accident scenes may be rapidly captured and cleared, saving time, cost, and department resources.

Crime Scene Information Gathering

Too often, contamination of a crime scene becomes the weakest link in crime scene investigation. Deploying the Yuneec H520 sUAS system prior to entering a scene allows for accurate capture of data without touching the scene itself. High quality camera systems, like the E90 or the CGOET dual thermal/ low light camera with embedded GPS data enables evidence-gathering to be captured and examined before the crime, accident, or fire investigators or first-responders have entered the area.

Quickly change cameras without powering down

All Yuneec commercial camera systems are hot-swap capable which minimizes down time and improves productivity. The E50 camera-gimbal combination may be swapped for an E90 or CGOET camera-gimbal combo without power cycling the airframe. The quick release and lock mechanism of the gimbal and airframe mounting system enables fast and efficient exchange of cameras.

Yuneec H520 sUAS System

The H520 Hexacopter aerial system has been developed specifically for commercial use. This sUAS enterprise solution features a proven, stable, long flight time airframe, with multiple payload options and advanced DataPilot™ mission planning software.

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*Flight time may range from 25-28 minutes based on attached payload weight