Common questions on the Volanti
Yes. The Volanti is fully-tested by our in-house pilots and has been sold and flown by customers here in Australia.
The Volanti has been used for aerial surveillance and mapping missions, as well as precision agriculture.
As of March 2018, the Volanti has flown more than 400 successful missions.
The Volanti was developed for commercial UAV applications. Its purpose is to enable easy take off in rough or unprepared terrain and achieve longer endurance than other multi rotors.
If you are looking for ways to achieve faster, more reliable operations then the Volanti is likely suited to you.
We recommend you speak to our consulting team at no cost to better understand how the Volanti can help your business.
Creating bespoke UAV systems for clients is what we do. There are a range of off-the-shelf customisations you can choose from easily, but Carbonix can also design and develop new components exclusive to your business.
Yes. Any purchase of the Volanti comes with a fully operational airframe, ground control station, basic sensor and operations manual.
Carbonix is continually testing sensors and can recommend the best sensors for your requirements. As every customer and every mission requirement is different, we recommend speaking to our consulting team at no cost to determine which sensors would be best for you.
Yes. Leasing arrangements are available for certain customers.
We provide personalised quotes to every customer. Please contact our sales team for a quote.
Carbonix offers maintenance and repair services, either at our premises or onsite. We also offer after sales support for troubleshooting and mission planning support.
The Volanti system is intuitive and easy to use. It has been designed for anyone to easily fly. For customers performing complex missions, you may wish to complete a short 1-2 day type-training program with one of our pilots.
For inexperienced pilots who are just starting their UAV piloting journey, we recommend type training with our pilots. We offer a range of programs to suit varying experiences.
Our team is comprised of fully qualified Aerospace and Electronics Engineers, as well as a highly experienced carbon composite manufacturing team.
Our flight testing team are qualified RPAS pilots with more than 20 years’ experience flying respectively.
Although Carbonix is not an operator, we hold a ReOC for power lift operations using the Volanti. The Volanti operations manual and our Volanti operating procedures have passed this CASA certification.
We manufacture our drone airframes in our composite workshop here in Sydney, Australia.
Off-the-shelf avionics are purchased from a range of credible national and international suppliers.
All testing of our components and airframes is conducted in Australia, and all flight testing has been conducted in Australia.
Carbonix holds the IP for the VTOL design of the Volanti, as well as the tooling design for composite manufacture. Carbonix’s long-term design partner D3 Applied Technologies owns the IP for the airframe shape and design, and Carbonix holds aexclusive and perpetual licence to manufacture the airframe.