Supercam SX350 is the first mass-produced unmanned convertiplane (or tilt-rotor aircraft) that combines design features of fixed wing and rotary wing UAVs. The main advantages of this model are vertical takeoff and landing, no need to search for a big takeoff and landing area, as well as the ability of various payloads integration. The unmanned aircraft is designed to perform highly detailed aerial photography and video monitoring at any time of the day over large areas, as well as in remote areas, and under various environmental conditions. The convertiplane can fly for up to 120 minutes, while having a maximum speed of 120 km/h.
The aircraft can transmit HD video in real time within a range of up to 50 km, be equipped with an automatic target tracking module, and accurately determine the object coordinates. The aerodynamic design allows combining various types of unified payloads including photo and video cameras. In addition, the UAV can be equipped with multispectral cameras, laser gas analyzers, laser scanners, and high-precision geodetic equipment.