The Offshore Aviation OA-2A Pegasus is a low cost, all electric, long endurance, multi-engine fixed wing UA that is suited for multiple mission types. This hand launched twin engine aircraft can out perform many of it's more expensive counterparts with payload options such as the Sony A6000 high definition camera for mapping. This fully autonomous platform can be programmed to execute an entire mission hands off, fly a predetermined route of flight and land hands off making the OA-2A quite capable for professional survey. The OA-2A is powered by two 14000 Mah Lithium Ion batteries which gives the aircraft a flight time that exceeds 2.5 hours.
The Offshore Aviation OA-2B Argus is a low cost, all electric, long endurance, multi-engine fixed wing UA that is suited for multiple mission types. This hand launched twin engine aircraft can out perform many of it's more expensive counterparts with payload options such as the Sony A6000 high definition camera for mapping. This fully autonomous test bed is ideal for 4G LTE integration. The aircraft can be programmed to execute an entire mission hands off, fly a predetermined route of flight and land hands off making the OA-2B quite capable for professional survey. The OA-2B is powered by a 4 cell 17.5 Amp hour Lithium Ion battery which gives the aircraft a flight time that exceeds 1.5 hours.
The Offshore Aviation OA-2 VT Aries VTOL trainer is a rugged and reliable, low-cost, vertical take off and landing fixed wing. The Aries comes ready to fly with its own transport case and Offshore Aviation's signature attention to quality and detail. The VT is powered by a 6s 21,000 Mah Lithium ION battery, Pixhawk Cube Black, Here2 GNSS GPS, and twin antenna RFD 900X. The aircraft is primarily made of styrofoam which can take all the abuse a student pilot may give. It's capable of all the autonomous capabilities of it's big brothers the OA-2D and OA-2F but measures in with a 4.5 foot wingspan.
The Offshore Aviation OA-2D Gryphon is an all electric, X4 VTOL fixed wing, Group II UAS with a 11.5 feet wingspan and maximum take-off weight of 48.5 lbs. With a maximum payload of 11 lbs the Gryphon is a work-horse capable of a wide variety of mission types. The flight time of the Gryphon is weight dependent, but averages 2-3 hours with 2 standard 36,000 Mah Lithium Ion batteries. The OA-2D is equipped with long range data link which provides command and control at ranges up to 30NM. The OA-2D can take off in a hover and transition to forward flight combining the best of VTOL handling with the endurance of fixed wing flight.
The Offshore Aviation OA-2E Phoenix is an expendable gas powered Group II UAS . The wingspan is 12 feet, and a maximum take-off weight of 62 lbs. The Phoenix is able to simulate a variety of threats and has the capability to carry 3 hours of fuel while carrying 17.6 lbs of payload. Speeds: Min 25 Kts, Cruise 60 Kts, Max 100 Kts. The quick-detach design makes it easy to assemble and dissemble. The airframe utilizes a conventional landing gear configuration, with tundra style tires which provide stability during take-off or landing. The complementary boom design allows for an unprecedented control during all phases of flight.
The Offshore Aviation OA-2F Harpy is a gas/electric, X4 VTOL fixed wing, Group II UAS with a 13 foot wingspan and maximum take-off weight of 45 lbs. The Harpy is a work-horse capable of a wide variety of mission types including ISR and payload delivery. The flight time of the Harpy is weight dependent, but averages 2-3 hours. With a maximum speed of 70 mph and a stall speed of 31 miles per hour, the OA-2F provides a wide performance range but is easy to fly. The OA-2F can take off in a hover and transition to forward flight combining the best of VTOL handling with the endurance of fixed wing flight.
The Offshore Aviation OA-2H MANTICOR is a gas/electric, X4 VTOL fixed wing, Group III UAS with a 15 foot wingspan and maximum take-off weight of 187 lbs. The Manticore is a work-horse capable of a wide variety of mission types including ISR and cargo delivery. The flight time averages 7 hours. With a maximum speed of 105 mph and a stall speed of 31 miles per hour, the OA-2H provides a wide performance range but is easy to fly. The OA-2H can take off in a hover and transition to forward flight combining the best of VTOL handling with the endurance of fixed wing flight.
The OA-4 is an X4 multi-rotor which was designed for 3D mapping, photogrammetry, and as a trainer for the OA-8B Dragon. This Group 1 UA has a max weight of 34 lbs. It can be used for route rehearsal or basic, intermediate, or advanced multi-rotor training. The OA-4 is the perfect platform for a number of missions. Its 3.15 foot diameter airframe is rugged and weather resistance due to its aluminum and carbon fiber construction. The fuselage is covered by a conformal enclosure keeping moisture out of the enclosure. With 2 x 10000 Mah Lipo batteries, the OA-4 flight time is roughly 25 minutes.
The OA-6 Mantis is a highly maneuverable camera platform with elevated arms to get the prop arcs out of the field of view of the forward mounted camera. Made if aircraft aluminum and carbon fiber, the aircraft can perform flawlessly in winds up to 28 miles per hour. Equipped with a 4K camera, the OA-6 is cable of dramatic cinematic effects that are stabilized and free of all vibration and camera artifacts. The OA-6 has retractable landing gear and the airframe measures three feet in diameter. Flight time on the OA-6 averages 22 minutes.
The Offshore Aviation OA-8B Dragon is a custom build UAS system for LIDAR Survey. The aircraft which has all US made components IAW Department of Defense guidance is US Army AWR certified. The aircraft comes standard with ADS-B in/out, high intensity anti-collision lighting and mounting plate for the Routescene LiDAR pod. The aircraft comes standard with (2) 22,000 Mah batteries which give it a 35 minute time of flight. A long endurance battery option is available that increases flight time to 45 minutes. Contact us for pricing and additional support equipment options available.
The Offshore Aviation OA-8C Dragonfly is a heavy lift multi rotor aircraft aimed at high weight payload lifting. These are very tough aircraft, immensely powerful yet maintaining good agility. They offer excellent resistance to wind, have high forward speed, great maneuverability, and can be built to resist water ingress for bad weather environments if necessary. The aircraft comes standard in an all-electric configuration with (2) 32,000 Mah batteries, the aircraft has a 35 minute time of flight. A hybrid prototype currently in test has achieved a flight time in excess of 4 hours.
OffshoreUAS handles sales and support for Offshore Aviation's family of Unmanned Aircraft Systems including the OA-2D Gryphon, OA-4 Spirit, OA-6 Mantis, OA-8B Dragon, and OA-8C Dragonfly. OffshoreUAS provides payload integration and product support. No matter the payload or the application, OffshoreUAS can build a solution that works.
OffshoreUAS can help you bring your UAS project to reality. In addition to providing Consumer Off The Shelf (COTS) build programs for available UAV Airframes and Systems, OffshoreUAS excels in designing, building and testing prototype aircraft to meet specific client performance requirements. OffshoreUAS builds and tests prototype fixed wing and multi-rotor aircraft.
OffshoreUAS is a leader in Unmanned Systems Training. Our professional instructors are military and commercially trained aviators. Our skilled instructors teach Basic, Intermediate, and Advanced UAS flight techniques to departments within the US Government. OffshoreUAS, customer base includes both the US Army, US Navy, and Law Enforcement.
Offshore Aviation's Department of Defense Training Facility is located in Piney Point Maryland. The site includes a 2200 acre forward operating area, 90 acre campus with class rooms, lodging and dining facilities, and maritime training center. OffshoreUAS also conducts training around the globe and is recognized as a leader in commercial UAS applications.
OA-2VT - OAG recently demonstrated that even our most basic aircraft, the OA-2VT comes standard with capabilities that one would expect from a much more expensive aircraft.
OA-8X Hybrid Prototype - Based on the all-electric OA-8C, the OA-8X Hybrid Prototype is currently in test. This robust platform has promise to revolutionize the multi-rotor market with long endurance, heavy lift capability.
OffshoreUAS is a provider of LIDAR survey, photogrammetry and 3D mapping services. Our professional crews deploy the latest Routescene Lidar Pods and Offshore Aviation OA-8Bs anywhere in the world.
OffshoreUAS pilots are the best trained in the industry. Our military training allows us to deploy our systems and provide the best results in the industry. Our state of the art equipment makes OffshoreUAS your go to LIDAR professionals.
Offshore Aviation manufactures what industry professionals regard as some of the best fixed wing and multi-rotor UAS systems in the world . Our team of skilled designers pride themselves on getting the job done right and producing a world class product.
The OA-4 Spirit is a low cost, 3D mapping, quad system. Its role is that of photogrammetry and emulates the handling characteristics of our larger drones OA-8B series of aircraft.
The OA-6 Mantis is 4K HD Film/Video UAS system with raised arms for keeping prop-arcs out of the camera field of view. This platform is ideal for commercial production and photographic survey.
The OA-8B is a Heavy Lift multi-rotor aircraft designed for the US Army Corps of Engineers. This LIDAR survey drone is ADS-B compliant and accompanied by ground control and LiDAR viewing products developed by Routescene Ltd.
The OA-8C Dragonfly is a Heavy Lift multi-rotor designed as an all weather flying test bed. The OA-8C is currently being flown by the US Navy.
OffshoreUAS is a subsidiary of Offshore Aviation Group (OAG). In 2016 OffshoreUAS teamed with the Unmanned Safety Institute as a partner academy to offer training to not only our pilots and staff but meet the needs of the entire industry. Our USI training program & certification have been adopted by some of the world’s largest government organizations and commercial enterprises. Our approach to UAS safety is deeply rooted in our background of traditional manned aviation and the “time-honored aviation safety practices” that have made military and commercial aviation the safest mode of transport.
We think safe. We fly safe. Every flight. Every time. That is why the US Army and US Navy consider OAG a leader in UAS development and training.
OffshoreUAS operations take place in the Mid-Atlantic and Gulf Coast. Training events occur around the country. Our facilities in Maryland support Land and Maritime training across a wide spectrum of Unmanned System types including the Offshore Aviation family of multi-rotor UAS.
OffshoreUAS offers Basic, Intermediate, Advanced training in accordance with DoD and FAA Part 107 standards in exclusive use airspace IAW FAA FARs.
Our customers include Public Safety Agencies, Government Contractors, Emergency Management, Insurance Adjusters, and the Commercial Business Operator. If your company is in need of UAS integration, custom airframe design, or remote pilot training we can get you off the ground.
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