The world's most portable and rugged unmanned aerial vehicle.
Whether you’re an active outdoor enthusiast, a serious professional photographer or a commercial operator who just needs to get the job done, Sprite™ is as portable and rugged as you are.
- Fully autonomous autopilot with GPS, including waypoint navigation, "follow me", and return to home
- 2-axis stabilized gimbal compatible with your GoPro™
- Real-time telemetry
- First-Person-View (FPV) ready
- Fully enclosed, compact, ultra-durable
A tool, not a toy.
Sprite’s design allows it to easily fit almost anywhere. The rotor blades automatically fold against the side of the airframe, so you can easily slip it into a backpack and carry it with you.
With no protruding motor arms, no exposed delicate electronics or rigid propellers, Sprite™ is rugged. It's tough polycarbonate construction can take a beating, and everything is sealed inside so sensitive parts don't get wet.
Sprite’s modular design makes it easy to upgrade and attach new payload modules as new technologies become available. Most parts can be changed quickly with no tools, making field operations easier. Visit the Upgrades & Add-Ons page to see some of the modules that are in development.
Sprite™ is compatible with and supports all of the features of the most common Ground Control Station Software including Mission Planner, DroidPlanner™ and the new Tower™ flight control software. These features include Waypoint navigation, follow me, circle, return-to-home and structure scanning. They are available for free for PC here and the Android™ version is here.
Dimensions & Performance
Length: 13.2 inches (350mm)
Diameter: 3.8 inches (100mm)
Weight: 2.6 lbs. (1,200g) with battery and standard camera
Displacement: 215 cu. in. (3,520 cc)
Endurance: approximately 10-12 minutes on a 11.1v LiPo battery (gearing, blade and motor optimization is ongoing)
Speed: up to 10 m/sec
Range: 10 minutes at 10 m/sec = 6km under autonomous flight
Video signal range: depends on equipment, terrain and atmospheric conditions. Typically 2km +/-.
All specifications and performance are subject to revision.