Defence & Security 2022 - DCM Shriram Quadcopter Mini Drone
Indian company DCM Shriram Industries Limited showcased its quadrotor unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), DCM Trishul and DCM Kailash, at the 2022 Defence and Security Exhibition in Bangkok.
Both drones are versatile quadcopters suitable for cargo, aerial photography, surveillance, geospatial mapping and humanitarian aid missions, the company said. The DCM Trishul mini quadcopter drone is available with fixed or retractable undercarriage.
Both drones feature a unique one-piece monocoque frame that provides stability for the drone in hover flight. Both drones can be equipped with payloads and sensors to suit the user's requirements.
DCM Trishul is a small quadrotor drone with a size of 0.7×0.6 meters. The company says the drone can operate in temperatures ranging from -10°C to +55°C and has a maximum take-off weight (MTOW) of 8kg. The drone is powered by a single battery (specs not disclosed) with four brushless DC motors, providing a maximum endurance of 80 minutes and a top horizontal speed of 60 km/h.