Chosen for their reliability and survey-specific performance

Each aircraft is equipped with Automatic Flight Following (AFF) and FM radio systems.


VULCANAIR P68c 

MAIN USES:  infrared and HD daylight video, visual surveys

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Functionally identical to the P68 Observer, the P68C(nicknamed “Owl”) has the same spaciousness and carrying capabilities that enable multiple passengers and the full IR video setup.

SPECIFICATIONS:

  • Seats 6

  • Cargo load 1600 lbs.

  • Cruising speed 180 mph

  • Economical to operate: 8 hour mission endurance

  • High safety rating


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VULCANAIR P68 OBSERVER

MAIN USES:  infrared and HD daylight video, visual surveys

The work horse. Its spaciousness and carrying capabilities allow multiple viewing passengers and a full infrared video platform. It's equipped with a transparent nose section for greater visual surveying capabilities and is top-ranked in safety standards. 

SPECIFICATIONS:

  • Seats 6

  • Cargo load 1600 lbs.

  • Cruising speed 180 mph

  • Economical to operate: 8 hour mission endurance

  • High safety rating


Maule M7-235

MAIN USES: radio telemetry and visual surveys

 Excellent for wildlife surveying that requires low speeds and tight turns.

SPECIFICATIONS:

  • Seats 4

  • Cargo load 750 lbs.

  • Cruising speed 140 mph


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Cessna 185

MAIN USES: radio telemetry and visual surveys, infrared and HD daylight video

The do-all aircraft. Chosen for reliability and excellent sightability index.

SPECIFICATIONS:

  • Seats 4

  • Cargo load 1400 lbs.

  • Cruising speed 155 mph