Hanseatic Aviation Solutions GmbH offers innovative Products and Services based on our extensive experience in the aviation industry. Our Unmanned Aerial Systems offer proven concepts, following hundreds of successful flight hours and many missions. As a development and manufacturing company we can provide bespoke tailored systems unique to your application, as well as small series production.
26/02/2018, Hamburg: REALISE enters next stage
The project partners are working on future business cases. In the case of major catastrophes, such as forest fires, the S360 is used in fleet operations and enables around-the-clock operation. The mobile take-off and landing system opens up inaccessible areas and shows the benefits of fixed-wing drones.
31/10/2017, Hamburg: Kick-off for the REALISE project on October 6, 2017
With the project REALISE, the ground-based landing gear system GroLaS enters the first step of the realization phase. REALISE stands for "Runway Independent Automatic Launch and Landing System" and is pursuing the construction of a test facility for unmanned aerial vehicles of market relevance in the next three years together with several partners. HANSEATIC AVIATION SOLUTIONS is also involved. As part of the project, the systems S180Mk.2 and S360 will be prepared for GroLaS and serve as experimental vehicles. If the project progresses positively, it will be possible to increase the range for the UAV S360 enormously with the use of GroLaS and, in particular, to carry sensitive payloads. Further partners are Nordwig, RWTH Aachen University, TUHH, Thelsys, DLR, TÜV Nord and Airbus DS.
The project is co-financed by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research.
We look forward to a constructive cooperation and the joint project success!
11/04/2017, Rotenburg/Wuemme: Hanseatic Aviation Solutions performs test and calibration flight for company "The Spinning Bird", Paris. Equipped with a PhaseOne iXU150 camera the S360 shows even during rough weather conditions it's high flight performance.
15/10/2016, Berlin: Hanseatic Aviation Solutions attends research project LARUS: - "Assistance by drones in rescue operations on the sea".
Das Projekt wird auf Basis des Programms" Forschung für die zivile Sicherheit" der Bundesregierung im Rahmen der Bekanntmachung " Zivile Sicherheit - Innovative Rettungsmittel" gefördert.