NSW Government provides $1.47m grant to fast-track Carbonix Australian-made sub-25kg VTOL Drone
Carbonix is thrilled to announce that after passing a rigorous selection process, it has received $1.473 million of grant funding under the new Physical Sciences Fund (PSF) to help accelerate the development and commercialisation of the next-generation sub-25kg Vertical Take Off & Landing (VTOL), fixed-wing Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV), capable of carrying a 5kg payload.
This NSW Government funding will take all that we know of our smaller Volanti (sub 2kg payload) and adapt it into the new significantly larger Domani. Carbonix was one of only 5 recipients of the inaugural round of the Physical Sciences Fund grant, receiving the largest amount among the selected group.
This new funding aligns directly to help fast-track our development and commercialisation plans. It is great validation of our commercial strategy.
Our next generation Domani UAV is well positioned to take advantage of the rapidly growing high-end commercial drone market demand.
With Domani, commercial operators can obtain long-range data on a high quality, reliable, VTOL long-endurance drone platform and system, without costing millions.