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Software Applications 

       Flight Planning Software: This software helps drone operators plan and optimize

       flight routes. It typically includes features such as map overlays, waypoint           

       selection, and altitude control to ensure safe and efficient flights.


      Mission Management Software: Mission management software allows users to

      plan, execute, and monitor drone missions from start to finish. It may include

      features for task scheduling, mission coordination, and real-time monitoring of

      drone performance and status.

       Data Processing and Analysis Software: After collecting data, drone operators       

       often use specialized software to process and analyze it. This may involve stitching

       together images, creating 3D models, or extracting specific information from

       sensor data. Software tools for photogrammetry, GIS (Geographic Information

       Systems), and remote sensing are commonly used in this context.

       Remote Control and Monitoring Software: Some drones can be controlled and

       monitored remotely using software applications. These apps typically provide a

       user-friendly interface for piloting the drone, adjusting settings, and viewing live

       video feeds from the onboard cameras.



       Regulatory Compliance Software: Compliance with aviation regulations is crucial

       for drone operators, especially in commercial and industrial settings. Regulatory

       compliance software helps users stay informed about relevant laws and

       regulations, manage certifications and permits, and ensure that operations

       comply with legal requirements.

  • Fleet Management Software: For organizations with multiple drones, fleet management software can be valuable for tracking and managing assets. It may include features for inventory management, maintenance scheduling, and performance tracking to optimize the efficiency and reliability of drone operations.

  • Weather and Environmental Monitoring Software: Weather conditions and environmental factors can significantly impact drone operations. Software tools that provide real-time weather forecasts, wind analysis, and environmental monitoring data help operators make informed decisions and mitigate risks during flights.

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Hardware Applications 

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Telemetry Module

For the ultimate solution for cost and size sensitive applications, consider the P900. The P900 features an extremely small footprint for tight OEM integration and design flexibility. The P900 offers a robust, low cost solution with advanced features such as Self Healing Mesh and PMP modes with auto-routing capabilities!


  • Supports up to 276kbps

  • Very Low Cost

  • Point to Point, Point to Multipoint, Mesh

  • True Self Healing Mesh, Auto Routing, Store & Forward

  • Master, Remote, Repeater, Mesh

  • Industrial Temperature (-55°C to +85°C)

  • Adjustable Transmit Power 100mW-1W

  • Miniature Size (1.05"x1.3"x0.13")

  • Only 5 grams!

  • Low power consumption in Sleep & Sniff modes

  • Quad Filter Stages provides Extreme Noise and Interference Rejection

  • Selectable Forward Error Correction (FEC), 32 bits of CRC, and optional 128/256-bit AES (Export Permit required outside Canada & USA)


  • Utility Meters

  • Remote Telemetry

  • Electric, Oil, and Gas Sensors/Detection

  • Display Signs

  • Industrial Applications


  • FCC

  • Industry Canada

  • Anatel

  • RoHS Compliant

Dual Band RTK GNSS technology

ZED-F9P features

  • Centimeter level precision

    • <1cm with a base station up to 35km

    • <1cm with NTRIP up to 35km

    • <4cm with SSR corrections

    • <1.5m in standalone mode

    • <0.9m standalone with SBAS coverage

  • Update rate

    • Default: 1Hz

    • With maximum performance: up to 10Hz

    • With reduced performance: up to 20Hz

  • Multi band: L1, L2 and E5b support

  • Multifrequency and Multiconstellation: 

    • GPS: L1C/A L2C


    • Galileo: E1-B/C E5b

    • BeiDou: B1I B2I

    • QZSS:  L1C/A L2C


  • Start-up times:

    • First position fix: 25 seconds (cold), 2 seconds (hot)

    • First RTK fix: 35 seconds (cold)

  • Interfaces (check product documentation to verify which are available):

    • USB

    • UART

    • XBee

    • Timepulse

    • Event

    • Safeboot

  • RAW data output in UBX format

  • Base and Rover functionality

  • Operating temperature Range: -40 to +85deg

  • Documentation: RED, RoHS

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Autopilot AI vision 

A highly integrated vehicle control and edge computing system designed to power next-generation uncrewed systems. The EchoPilot AI leverages the popular Ardupilot and PX4 projects, and uses Pixhawk open-hardware standards in combination with an Nvidia compute module to support computer vision, machine learning, autonomy, artificial intelligence and other advanced edge computing needs. The power of  an advanced autopilot is seamlessly combined with high-performance computing, IP networking, cloud connectivity, RemoteID subsystem and flexible low-latency hardware accelerated video encoding.

The unique stacked design of the EchoPilot AI gives users the option to tightly integrate the EchoPilot AI into their own platform, or use our full-featured base/carrier board for the vast majority of IO needs. Our latest Rev1 update provides high-speed NVMe solid state drive (SSD) support, an onboard 4G/5G modem slot and additional USB 3.1 ports for high-speed cameras and peripherals.


Servo Actuators 

Size and Weight: UAVs prioritize lightweight components to maximize payload capacity and flight endurance. Servo actuators should be compact and lightweight while still providing adequate torque and performance.

Power Consumption: Efficient servo actuators minimize power consumption to extend flight time. Low-power actuators with high torque-to-weight ratios are ideal for UAVs.

Torque and Speed: Depending on the specific application, UAVs may require servo actuators with varying torque and speed capabilities. Flight control surfaces typically require high-speed, moderate-torque actuators, while payload manipulation may require slower, high-torque actuators.

Durability and Reliability: UAVs operate in diverse environments and conditions, so servo actuators must be durable and reliable. They should withstand vibrations, temperature variations, and potential impacts.

Compatibility and Integration: Servo actuators should be compatible with the UAV's control system, whether it's a traditional RC receiver or a more sophisticated flight controller. Easy integration and compatibility with existing hardware and software systems are crucial.

Feedback Mechanism: Many modern UAVs rely on servo actuators with feedback mechanisms such as encoders or potentiometers to provide position feedback to the flight controller, enabling precise control and stability.

Servo actuators are essential components in UAVs (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles), controlling various functions such as flight control surfaces (ailerons, elevators, and rudders), landing gear deployment, payload manipulation, and even camera gimbal movements for stable imaging. When selecting servo actuators for UAV applications, several factors need consideration:


Propulsion Systems UAV 

UAV  Engines 

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The  120cc UAV engine is based on the world renowned Saito four-stroke series, Saito is a highly proven engine manufacturer based in Japan, with a long history in RC as well as commercial and defence unmanned aircraft worldwide. 

It is manufactured using the latest in CNC manufacturing technology, when integrated with the INF Inject EFI the Saito 120 has incredible low fuel consumption, increased performance and reliability, full engine data telemetry to the flight control system, and the ability to be integrated with a 48v starter/alternator to provide flight system power to unmanned aircraft avionics.


DF140LC 4 Cycle Engine

Four-stroke cycle for low emissions and fuel consumption

Excellent starting over a wide temperature range -20°C to +40°C

Ideal compact combustion system with no hot-spots

Turn-key heavy fuel operation

Insensitive to changes in AFR or ignition timing

Insensitive to changes in fuel composition or altitude

Resistant to detonation and carbon build up

Large valve breathing area gives high power with a wide power band

High reliability, low maintenance with long MTBO

No injectors in the combustion chamber to carbon up

No valve clearances to adjust

Shielded spark plug for minimum plug fouling and long life

Designed as a UAV engine not modified from a hobby engine

Electronic fuel injection system with altitude compensation

Dedicated mounting system for 100 W to 3 kW alternators

Turboprop for UAV

Developed from the successful X45 Thrust Turbine, it incorporates a 2nd Power Stage which has been purposely designed for the X45 with two main factors in mind, reliability and performance. Unlike our competitors who use off the shelf components which are interchangeable between engines but offer no value when it comes to performance. At Xicoy, we know that to get the most performance from our engines is design each part for the task required, our secret of obtaining the maximum possible power and reliability.

 Making power is relatively easy, the hard part is reliability and so the X45TP Gearbox has received some special considerations, incorporating primary and secondary shafts, supported by hybrid ceramic ball bearings, offering much higher operating cycles while adding to lesser fuel consumption due to lower lubrication requirements. 

Internal Gears are hardened, straight cut and over-sized, supported by three, 30 mm bearings which result in its ability to actually handle more power than what the core engine can deliver, ultimately the gearbox has an easier and much longer life.

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Axial Turbine Engines for Target Drones

Size: 132mm
Total length: 332mm

Body weight: 2502G

Speed ​​range: 38000-98000

Standard thrust: 300N (30kg)

Exhaust temperature: 700 degrees Celsius

Fuel consumption: 820 g/min

Fuel used: kerosene or diesel

Large Experimental aircrafts UAV Engines

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Engine diameter 261,4 mm / 10,3 Inch Engine length 700 mm / 27,6 Inch Engine weight 21450 gram / 47,2 Lb


System airborne weight * 25650 gram / 56,55 Lb Thrust at design RPM of 46.000 RPM >1569 N / >352,0 Lbf

Maximum allowed RPM 46.000 / 46.000 Thrust at Idle RPM 75 N / 16,9 Lbf Pressure ratio 4:1 / 4:1 Mass flow at design RPM 2500  Gr/sec / 5.51 Lb/Sec Normal


EGT(average of 2 internal EGT probes) 800 Deg. Celsius / 1472 Deg. Fahrenheit Max EGT average of 2 internal EGT probes) 850 Deg. Celsius / 1562 Deg. Fahrenheit


Fuel consumption 3600 Gr/min / 127  oz/min Specific fuel consumption 38,24 gr/(Kn*sec) / 1,35 lb/(lbf*hr)


Starting method          Direct kerosene starting system. (< 45 seconds starting time)

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