The Hexicopter

Designed for disaster rescue and other squad-based missions, the Hatchet unmanned copter concept utilizes not one, not 2, not 3… but a 6 rotor design that gives it superior maneuverability and mid/low altitude stability beyond that of ordinary helicopters. Modular components can be interchanged for different missions so it’s capable of both surveying areas for preliminary reconnaissance and performing rescues or even fire extinguishments, making it a versatile tool for a variety of operations.
 
Other on-board equipment includes an infrared scanning imager, instant photography live-feed cameras, and an unmanned control system for operation from the ground.

Designer: Jurmol Yao

7 Comments

  • Stephen Russell says:

    Must mass produce & great for heavy lifting in scxale up model for locales like Hawaii, Fiji, PNG, Jamaica, etc locales.
    Manned & drone models.

  • mif991 says:

    Looks bad ass. Superb renderings. One thing though, it looks like it may be wider than a standard helicopter, reducing its practicality…

  • Hunter says:

    Where’s the windsheild? (You know, the massive sheet of glass so that you can see where you’re going?)

    Also, those firefighters look scared shitless.

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