Hera is the most effective drone for public safety, with a 33-pound lift capacity and numerous payloads.
Hera is the most powerful combat drone ever created.
RtR Hera can now perform “more with less” by a factor of two to 10 times better than anyone else. It is the world’s most powerful individual combat drone.
Hera is the most powerful individual combat drone: Hera can be deployed as readily as infantry thanks to its backpack portability. Hera fits in a backpack and comes with a battery and camera.
Hera is with the soldiers wherever they go, ready to serve. Hera can scout 360 degrees of the ground day and night and carry any munition up to 30 pounds by having two EO-IR on both ends (on top of the two cameras). Nothing is truly hidden from Hera’s view along its flying route.
Hera is superior than any other copter at finding targets and carrying out combat operations. In most cases, the closest backpack rivals can only carry one camera and around three pounds of equipment. Hera is the most powerful single combat drone yet created for public safety and military tasks.
Spherical awareness and communication devices are examples of tethered uses.
Hera is the only tethered drone capable of simultaneously providing spherical awareness covering 360 degrees of the ground and sky while also having enough lift capacity to carry cellular communication equipment and transform itself into an aerial cell tower to deliver video, images, voice, or data to ground-based team members.
Find and Save: Search and Rescue
Hera is ready to serve wherever first responders go, thanks to its backpack adaptability. HERA can quadruple the scouting area and find victims twice as fast as other drones thanks to two EO-IR cameras on both ends, while still having enough lift capacity to deliver any lifesaving/medical packages up to 28 pounds.
On top of two gimbaled cameras, Hera can deliver lifesaving equipment weighing up to 28 pounds.
Hera is simply better at finding and saving victims than any other drone. Hera is the best instrument available in search and rescue, where seconds can be the difference between life and death.