Velos Rotors


The Third Version of Velos UAV, VelosV3  has enhanced new features:

  • The new skid pads made from carbon fiber are stronger and lighter, and allow a bigger space for different and larger payloads
  • Velos V3 has a new improved and more stable governor logic. It also has a Canbus support, exhaustively tested with Here2 and Here3.
  • The Velos UAV V3 has many different control options. Velos V3 supports both a classic radio TX or a Joystick connected to the ground control station. We can even use the radio TX unit as a joystick so that the pilot still enjoys a high level of ergonomics together with the additional functionality. That creates many different possibilities for control. We can now use many different options to control the aircraft such as 4G or 5G, silvus streamcaster etc. In Here3, that specific GPS is RTK ready. That means that without any further change on the aircraft we can add the ground RTK system and operate with RTK accuracy.

VelosV3 has an IP65 certificate against ingress of  solid foreign objects and water and supports new features such as:

  • The ability to add more laser altimeters operating at the same time
  • Obstacle avoidance sensors
  • Follow me features

Fully Redundant Twin Engine Design Mechanics

Velos core innovation is its twin engine fully redundant design. There is a set of every major component including the main motors, batteries, electronic speed controls (ESC), belts, and gears. Unlike most UAV helicopters that are based on common hobby grade helicopters, we chose to design the Velos UAV from scratch with three main objectives.


Our patented highly innovative drivetrain-gearbox renders Velos UAV the only UAV helicopter in its class with the ability to tolerate a complete failure of most major components allowing it to safely land and protect its payload and surroundings under those circumstances. The system automatically isolates the faulty part without introducing additional drag to the operational part of the drive-train.

Any or all of the below listed types of failures can be tolerated by the Velos UAV’s mechanics while these would lead a normal UAV to a crash

Motor failure, broken belt, gear – one-way bearing failure, Burned ESC, main battery failure, BEC failure, servo failure.