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Heven Drones Presenting ACS Platform At UVID

The ACS drone system autonomously lands the right payload at the right place, and then independently picks and connects a new payload [© Heven Drones]

Heven Drones will be presenting its ACS Drone platform, an Autonomous Container System for end-to-end autonomous logistics missions, at UVID.

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Press Release, Tel Aviv, 08 November 2022: Heven Drones, a leader in the development and commercialisation of actionable drone platforms with heavy-lift capabilities, will be presenting its Autonomous Container System – a unique system that allows a complete autonomous logistics mission – at the Israeli UVID conference in Tel Aviv.

Based on the company’s ‘Urban’ multi-rotor drone platform that maximises payload while remaining below the civilian weight limitation of 25kg, the ACS drone system autonomously lands the right payload at the right place, with an accuracy of 3 to 5 centimetres. Flying over multiple markers, the system also identifies the correct new payload for pickup and connects to it autonomously. Allowing complete autonomous logistics missions, Heven Drones’ ACS drone platform offers flight endurance of up to 37 minutes with a maximum payload of up to 8Kg.

The ACS drone system autonomously lands the right payload at the right place, and then independently picks and connects a new payload [© Heven Drones]

At UVID, Heven Drones will also present its H100 system, an advanced heavy-lift drone platform. With a 35kg payload capacity, a maximum flight time of 40 minutes, and the ability to use a true flying robot beyond many readily available platforms, Heven Drones’ H100 is ideal for defence and logistic missions.

Bentzion Levinson, Heven Drones Founder & CEO, said: “From delivery and logistics, to defence, emergency response, and infrastructure repair, the future of drones is about flying robots performing tasks as part of a wide eco-system of autonomous mobility and warfare. We at Heven Drones took this mission and are developing next-generation drones utilising advanced energy sources. We are honoured to provide our customers with actionable, autonomous drone solutions that act beyond limits.”

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