Seafuture 2021: High Eye displays Airboxer Unmanned Helicopter System


On the stand of Angelo Podesta SRL, the Dutch firm High Eye displays Airboxer Unmanned Helicopter System during Seafuture, which takes place from 28 September to 1 October 2021, at the Navy Base of La Spezia, Italy.


Russian Vyborg Shipyard laid the Purga ice class coastguard ship of project 23550 925 001 Airboxer Unmanned Helicopter System (Picture source: Navy Recognition)


High Eye has re-invented the mid-range lightweight UAV concept with the release of the Airboxer. More and more commercial and military requirements are solved in a swift and efficient manner through the integration of the Airboxer UAV system. This vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) UAV outperform manned helicopters and fixed-wing RPAS in maritime, ISR, research & inspection missions. The Airboxer provides a unique combination of long-endurance, industrial reliability, long-range (BVLOS) capability, and payload flexibility.

The Airboxer is the result of years of engineering, modeling, and testing. Through compliance with aeronautical industry standards and by following military testing requirements, our UAV boasts impressive performance figures.

The Airboxer's performance levels and multiple payload capabilities create unprecedented flexibility for integration in most industry fields and defense applications. Key features are the systems ease of use, overall setup simplicity, and low requirement levels for integrations in existing infrastructure or vessels. Clear maintenance requirements, training structures, and compliance to well-known operational procedures minimize the downtime and allow any operator to get the most out of the system within the least amount of time.


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