What is a V-Copter Drone?

What is a V Coptr?

The world’s very first V-shaped bi-copter that has only two propellers and get 50 minutes of flight time. With a slower rotation of the propellers and patented propeller design, produce lift with greater efficiency and less noise—tilt Cable technologies. Sophisticated industrial design, nonlinear dynamic modeling, and management algorithms enable stable flight with higher agility. Shortly after the launch, DJI had a great interest in the Bi-Copter market.

V-Coptr-Falcon-bi-copter similar to the new DJI Bi-copter

What is a bi-copter?

A bi-copter is a combination of both of these flight realms. It utilizes two tilt empowered prop-rotors for control and stability. It may take-off vertically, hover, and fly at high rates when compared with some quadcopter or even a helicopter.

Who owns V-Coptr Bi-Copter?

A company name ZeroZero Robotics introduced its drone, the V-Coptr Falcon, which has an impressive flight period of 50 minutes. This was a result of the fewer engines necessary to maintain the bi-copter from the atmosphere.

Main features of the V-Coptr Drone

The drone comes with intelligent flying modes like auto-follow mode, cinematic shots, and pre-programmed flight paths.

It also has sensors for obstacle avoidance, putting it in the elite echelon of drones that feature this advanced piece of tech.

Control range of the V-Coptr

Another top-notch hallmark of this drone is its 7km transmission distance, joining the ranks of DJI top models from the Inspire series.

V-Coptr Bi-Copter Specs

Aircraft

Folded Dimensions:220.6 X 148.26 X 72.38 mm (length × width × height)
Weight:730 g
Max Hovering Time:Up to 50 min
Max Wind Scale Resistance:Scale 5 (10 m/s)
Operating Temperature:0 ℃ – 40 ℃
Operating Frequency:2.4 GHz
GNSS:GPS + GLONASS
Internal Storage: 8 GB Max Capacity of External microSD Card: 256 GB

Gimbal

Stabilization:3-axis gimbal
User Control Range (Pitch):-90°~0°
Obstacle Avoidance
Max obstacle avoidance speed: 7 m/s

Camera

Sensor:1/2.3″ CMOS; Effective Pixels: 12 MP
Lens:FOV About 77°±3°; Equivalent Focal Length: 28 mm; f/2.2
ISO:Video: 100 ~ 6400 Photo: 100 ~ 6400
Image Size:4000 X 3000
Still Photography Modes:Single Shot; Burst Shooting; Self-Timer Shooting
Video Resolution:4K: 3840×2160 @ 30 fps 2.7K: 2720×1530 @ 30/60 fps 1080p: 1920×1080 @ 30/60/120 fps 720p: 1280×720 @ 30/60/120 fps
Photo Format:JPEG; RAW (DNG); RAW+JPEG
Video Format:MP4

BlastOff Controller

Max Control Distance:7000 m
Battery Time:2.5 hours

Intelligent Battery

Capacity:4500 mAh
Voltage:15.4 V
Energy:69.3 Wh
Weight:329 g
Operating Temperature:0 ℃ – 40 ℃

Charger

Output:17.6 V – 3 A; 5 V – 2 A
Power:~ 56 W
Charger Input:100 V-240 V, 50 Hz – 60 Hz

When is a bi-copter better than a quadcopter?

When they give your drone additional battery life, greater portability, and reduce sound

You might not be knowledgeable about the title Zero Zero Robotics, but its own foldable Hover Camera can ring a bell. Having finally started sending the Hover two to beta testers a month, the business is already showing a different type of drone in CES — one who was motivated by the V-22 Osprey military aircraft. As its name implies, the V-Coptr Falcon is a V-shaped bi-copter that boasts an exciting 50-minute flight period — a figure which should stress DJI, whose flagships just last for approximately half an hour.

The Falcon’s exceptional battery life is mainly due to decreasing the number of propellers in the standard four to 2, which translates to much lower energy intake and a lighter and more aerodynamic layout. Concerning operation, instead of tilting the entire body to browse, both rotors tilt separately to perform the job. When it is out of juice, then it’s possible just to swap the battery fold the two arms and have a rest.

Similar to the Hover two, the Falcon utilizes pre-assembled stereo cameras to get depth understanding and obstruction avoidance — provided that it is flying no quicker than seven m/s. Actual camerawork is performed by utilizing a 12-megapixel primary camera (using a Sony 1/2.3-inch detector ) onto a three-axis gimbal dangling under the stereo cameras, and this may capture video of around 4K in 30 fps (or 2.7K for as many as 60 fps or even 1080p to get up to 120 fps).