Multi-Rotor Systems

A multi-rotor or multi-copter is a rotorcraft with more than two rotors. An advantage of multirotor aircraft is the simpler rotor mechanics required for flight control. Unlike single- and double-rotor helicopters which use complex variable pitch rotors whose pitch varies as the blade rotates for flight stability and control, multi-rotors often use fixed-pitch blades; control of vehicle motion is achieved by varying the relative speed of each rotor to change the thrust and torque produced by each.


Due to their ease of both construction and control, multirotor aircraft are frequently used in radio control aircraft and UAS projects in which the names tri-copter, quad-copter, hexa-copter,  and octo-copter are frequently used to refer to 3-, 4-, 6- and 8-rotor aircraft, respectively.


In order to allow more power and stability at reduced weight, coaxial rotors can be employed, in which each arm has two motors, running in opposite directions (one facing up and one facing down).



Currently, there are a lot of manufacturers of multi-rotors, providing UAS systems ranging from entry level to advanced models. Our focus at Pegasus Aerospace is to design, build and offer multi-rotors, which are ultra-efficient, by employing advanced design methods and state of the art technologies.

The WASP UAS systems are perfectly synchronized and have been developed for professional use and challenging tasks offering its users a cost-effective entry into the aerial documentation, survey, and SAR. Capable of generating High-Resolution Images to 1mm ground resolution, point clouds, digital elevation models and 3D models with the highest precision.


The WASP fits with ease in a high impact resistant case in any vehicle. Whether a police officer or engineers, everyone can use the XQW-1 WASP for the documentation of a traffic accident, surveying, aerial cinematography, investigations, etc. Create quickly and easily measurable overview images for later evaluation.


Whether military personnel, a police officer, engineer, or investigator, everyone can use the WASP for the documentation of a traffic accident, mapping an area, or collecting intelligence. Create quickly and easily measurable overview images for later evaluation. With an impressive 45-minute flight time, the WASP allows multiple starts and/or the aerial survey of large areas. The advanced flight electronics, for instance, keep our UAV in the air even despite adverse weather conditions.


WASP meets all requirements demanded today of operating safety and impresses with high-quality service, which clearly marks us off from all competing products and makes WASP the obvious choice and potential market leader.

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Tel: (850) 376-0991

Destin, FL, USA

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