The PD-100 is the first airborne and commercially available Personal Reconnaissance System. It provides end users with a highly mobile sensor system providing an immediate Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance capability.

Black Hornet 2 nano sensors

The Black Hornet 2 nano sensors are inherently safe and pose virtually no risk to other air vehicles or personnel, allowing the system to be operated almost anywhere at any time without prior airspace coordination. The Black Hornet’s small size and electric motors makes it virtually inaudible and invisible beyond short distances.

  • Rotor span 120 mm
  • Mass 18 g including cameras 
  • Maximum speed 5 m/s
  • Endurance up to 25 minutes 
  • Digital data link beyond 1600 m line-of-sight 
  • GPS navigation or visual navigation through video 
  • Autopilot with autonomous and directed modes 
  • Hover & Stare, pre-planned routes 
  • Steerable EO cameras (pan/yaw and tilt) 
  • Live video and snapshot images


  • Search and rescue 
  • Reconnaissance in confined areas 
  • Look behind, between and below obstacles 
  • Birds eye view for situational awareness 
  • Object identification 
  • Proximity surveillance 
  • Crowd control 
  • Inspect nuclear installations 
  • Check chemical plants after incidents and accidents


  • Transportable – complete system fits inside a pocket 
  • Ready to fly – airborne within one minute 
  • Fly it anywhere – in confined areas and outdoors 
  • Stealth – small and inaudible 
  • Easy to operate – requires little training and no pilot experience 
  • Safe – represents no risks to other aircraft or personnel 
  • Affordable – reusable or expendable 

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