Unmanned Aerial Systems | Fixed Wing vs Multirotor
The following is from our June article for a national pulp and paper publication
Multirotor “drone” systems have become so popular over the past five years that many have forgotten or discredited fixed wing unmanned aircraft.
Multirotor systems serve as a convenient option for aerial photography, video, and mapping applications.
That said, fixed wing aircraft can be more beneficial with respect to both surveillance/reconnaissance and mapping applications.
Fixed wing UAS examples:
Finwing Penguin (owned by Louisiana Helicam)
RVJET (owned by Louisiana Helicam)
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