Whether it is racing drones, hybrid drones, heavy payload drones, multi-terrain drones, laser-scanning drones, or drones that climb, TILT Drones develop superior performance drones. Many of these drones are developed for professional industrial usage, and offered as a high-end product to drone aficionados.
Inkonova AB is a drone development startup, developing “Drones for Special Missions” that serve in peculiar industrial setting and demanding applications, such as the first drone solutions for the underground mining, tunneling and other light-absent and space constricted environments. These solutions address high peculiar mission profiles which are complex in their nature, and often employs laser scanning, 3D modeling, and hybrid navigation drones that can go on land, air and water.
Inkonova utilizes the tilt-rotor technology which it commercialized as racing drones in 2015.
Tilting arms mechanism and electronics: aluminum pulleys, PUR timing belt with steel wires and 14 gr, 2.6 kg torque, metal gear servo motor
Dynamic tilting arms system implemented in Cleanflight
Tilting system calibration and setup via Cleanflight configurator
Motor-to-motor distance: 330 mm
Accepts any motors with up to 16×19 mm attachment points
Battery tray system that avoids balancing the quadcopter every time you change the battery, even if they are of different weight
Over 370 square centimeters to place your gear and battery, the largest real estate in the market compared with even bigger multirotors sizes
Several 3D printing files available on Thingiverse from end of May 2015 (user: The_Tilt_Drone_Racer)
Download the released 3D printing files and print spares on your own printer or 3D printing hub
Most 3D printed and CNC parts are cross-compatible with the different versions
Power Distribution Board (PDB) rated at 120 A continuous current and 6S capable (optional)
Protective and aerodynamic canopy for that racing look you want (optional)
Inkonova (THINGS), Drottning Kristinas väg 53, 114 28 Stockholm , Sweden