OUR HISTORY

2015 - Stingray

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The first Team Bath Drones aircraft was Stingray, an autonomous blended wing body aircraft with a V-tail. With a top speed of 60kts, Stingray was able to quickly and accurately deliver humanitarian aid to autonomously identified targets over a range of 10 nautical miles.

2016 - Skyseeker

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Skyseeker was a flying wing aircraft that competed in the IMechE UAS Challenge 2016. Designed with simplicity and aerodynamic efficiency in mind, Skyseeker was able to autonomously identify targets and deliver its payload accurately over great distances.

2017 - Artemis

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Artemis featured steerable landing gear, multifunctional drag rudder/airbrakes, and a modular propulsion system. Its aerodynamic efficiency, intelligent control systems and lightweight structure allowed it to deliver its 2kg payload fully autonomously with incredible ease and speed, making it the Grand Champion at the IMechE UAS Challenge 2017, as well as taking home the Design and Innovation awards.

2018 - Icarus

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Building on the success of Artemis, Icarus featured a twin-rotor design for yaw control and a dolly launch system. Increases in the structural and aerodynamic efficiencies meant that Icarus had a payload fraction of 100%, allowing it to carry a 3.5kg payload with ease. With these new design features, Icarus won the Innovation Award.

2019 - Caelus

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Caelus was designed as a modular aircraft, equipped with two ducted fans for Vertical Take-Off & Landing and a canard for increased control. The fixed-wing variant was flown at the 2019 UAS Challenge completing a near-perfect flight. The advanced machine-learning vision system successfully identified targets on the ground for our first time ever.

2020 - Aurora

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The Search and Rescue Aerial Association - Scotland (SARAA) tasked us to design an aircraft capable of life-saving missions in extreme weather conditions; Aurora is our solution. The tiltrotor quadplane design allows for fast deployment in time-critical scenarios, without sacrificing range. Packed with an advanced thermal / visual camera system and innovative route planning technology – Aurora is our largest and most ambitious project to date.