Real-time information delivery enables all stakeholders involved in a response to operate from a Common Operating Picture while communicate between environments.
Following real-world testing and operational contracts with early adopters in 2019, Pegasus has incorporated this data and experience into the design of its new long range aircraft, the Hyperion.
Hyperion is solving the technology barrier to commercial drone adoption and has been specifically designed with active Detect And Avoid technology onboard, enabling true Beyond Visual Line of Sight operations.
With a capacity of up to 44lbs, Hyperion can carry a wide variety of payloads and sensors up to 16 hours with an operational radius of 800km.
The design incorporates NATO STANAG & AS 9100 Aerospace Quality Management System standards, exceeding regulator expectations for performance and safety.
Universal Payload Attachment System
Maximum Takeoff Weight
Vertical Takeoff / Landing
Mobile Adhoc Network (MANET)
Pegasus delivers live video and data through secure RF WiFi and internet connectivity to dissolve friction between field operators and Operations Center leadership.
Capable of delivering Real-time situational awareness to mobile units provides continuous updates to improve first responder safety before arriving on scene
Mobile Ad Hoc Network (MANET) integrated hardware ensures voice and data comms are available, even in remote or disaster-affected areas. Interoperable with existing communications systems for seamless integration.
Common Operating Picture
Connect decision makers with a continuous stream of actionable information and enable iterative response planning and coordination that can adjust as the situation changes.