Gyrotrak conceptual design and construction ensures the flexibility of a highly modular system architecture for the airframe, as well as the software, in order to adapt to different task and mission requirements.
The central frame includes the rotor head, motor(s), gearbox, main PCB and traction motors with a wing or arms, which is the basis for all Gyrotrak models. For different operation and mission options, we differentiate between Platform, Battery and Task Loads.
Gyrotrak may include a spray system or a cargo box, an FPV unit and/or a radar system and depending on the application, GT20 may or may not have wings and/or a tail. In subtracting the GT20 platform weight from the 20 kg MTOW, you get the maximum possible payload. In a standard version of the UAV with wings and tail, that can be up to 12.5 kg.
The payload in a Gyrotrak platform is the addition of battery and task load.
Depending on the needed flight time and task load of the mission the pilot can decide to carry one of three battery sizes with different power outputs.
The task load is any carried operational load which can be all kinds of sensors, gimbals or cameras like a Zoom camera, Infrared camera, Lidar, Multispectral etc. Task load also includes liquids when equipped with the spray system or deliverables that are carried in the optional cargo box.
1 optional feature