We Fly When No One Else Can

Introducing The WAVEAEROSPACE Hybrid Unmanned Aerial Vehicle

Introducing the Falcon II

Available Now
The worlds first true all weather small UAV

More Info Coming Soon

Coming Soon: Falcon III

Available 2021
1st Super High Performance Quadcopter
High Capacity Central Lifting Turbine

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Introducing the Falcon II

Available Now
The worlds first true all weather small UAV

More Info Coming Soon

Coming Soon: Falcon III

Available 2021
1st Super High Performance Quadcopter
High Capacity Central Lifting Turbine

More Info Coming Soon

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Why WaveAerospace?

  • Fly in High Winds

  • Fly in Heavy Rain

  • Fly in Heavy Snow

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    Stable & Easy to Handle

Our Tech

  • Our patented hybrid design allows the multicopter pilot access to far more lift and thrust than that produced by the rotors themselves:

  • Speed: Hover to 250 MPH

  • Duration: Up to 120 minutes

  • Weather: All Precipitation. Wind up to Force 7
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  • Operation: Pilots with large multi-copyter experience will need no additional training

  • Payload: Up to 100lbs emergency supplier plus. Carries most off the shelf or custom sensor packages

  • Night Operations: Best in class searchlight
  • Control Architecture: DJI and Pixhawk versions available

Aircraft Design Specifications

Falcon 2 Falcon 2 Hybrid
Type All Electric Jet-A1
Max Thrust 100 Lbs 300 Lbs
Empty Weight 25 Lbs / 11.3 kgs 50 lbs / 22.6 kgs
Max Takeoff Weight 60 Lbs / 27.2 kgs 250 Lbs / 113.4 kgs
Optional Light 50,000 Lumens 200,000 Lumens
Optional Identification Mode Mode S Transponder Mode S Transponder

Use Cases

  • Utility
    & Powerline

  • Search and Rescue

  • Maritime Applications

  • Emergency Management

  • Difficult or Emergency Logistics

  • Fire Fighting

  • Law Enforcement

  • Event Management/Tethered Lighting

Testimonials

“[delivery] drones would be much more sensitive to even mildly adverse weather. Such conditions would hinder speed and efficiency and make it difficult to scale”

Carlo Ratti | MIT

“Most of us have experienced commercial flights being canceled because of weather. A common thunderstorm can ground a light aircraft with a mass that’s three or four orders of magnitude larger than a drone. Air movement of just a few meters per second could be enough to send small drones bumping into buildings or falling from the sky.”

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Carlo Ratti | MIT

“You’re going to have the EMT that carries a first aid kit. The sawyer that carries the chainsaw and the pilot that carries the (drone),” Baxter said. “Instead of exposing a helicopter pilot to a recon flight or a captain of a crew to hike a ridge nobody’s ever been up, give them the tools to make their job just a little bit safer.”

Justin Baxter, Drone Pilot | Department of Interior

“Would you ever unnecessarily put your citizens or responders in harm’s way?” and after they respond with a resounding “no”, I follow-up with, “Aren’t you doing just that by not utilizing a drone and not knowing about the hazards that exist?”

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Justin Baxter, Drone Pilot | Department of Interior