Equipment and R+D+i


Handmade by AEROMEDIA

Heavy cargo multicopter intended for aerial photography. Designed to take off with weights of up to 25Kg, it is capable of lifting a 13kg payload while maintaining a high level of speed and maneuverability.
Made from high grade carbon fiber and custom made 6061 grade aluminum.

  • Flying speed

    25 to 45 km/h

  • Autonomy

    25 to 45 min

  • Empty weight

    12 kg

  • Weight max. take off

    Weight 25 to 35 kg

  • Payload

    13 to 23 kg


Handmade by AEROMEDIA

SAFEDRON is a system consisting of a drone that carries an approved electronically activated life preserver. This life preserver has an electronic self-inflation system that allows the victim to easily reach it.
The pilot positions the SAFEDRON on the victim, throws the life preserver at him, and it inflates in 3 seconds next to her.

  • Lifebuoy with buoyancy

    150 Nw

  • Work temperature

    from -20 to + 55 ºC

  • Tightness up to

    5 m deep

  • Refillable and reusable

    As many times as necessary

  • ABS shell

    guarantees protection in the fall


Handmade by AEROMEDIA

At AEROMEDIA UAV we have developed and manufactured an interior inspection system called AMROVER. Thanks to its small size, it allows you to inspect hard-to-reach or confined places. It has smart batteries with 1 hour of autonomy, interchangeable in just 30 seconds.
We avoid risks of exposure to gases, inaccessible places, or susceptible to external risks. It can be mounted with different sensors and equipped with a powerful LED spotlight that will help to obtain the information in low-light images.

  • Autonomy

    60 min

  • Payload

    1 Kg

  • Speed

    4 m/sg

  • Empty weight

    1800 gr.

  • Dimensions

    200 x 230 x 220 mm


Handmade by AEROMEDIA

The Cablecam® is a solution that travels by a rope hung at two ends of a maximum length of 200 meters. Designed and manufactured by Aeromedia, the Cablecam® is especially recommended for use where the drone, due to flight restrictions, cannot be used: urban areas, CTR restrictions, public gatherings, events, concerts, sports, cultural broadcasts … the corresponding gimbal we can implement its use with almost any camera, and we are able to convert the HDMI signal to SDI for its live transmission.

  • Flying speed

    120 min

  • Payload

    9 Kg

  • Speed

    More than 50km / h. Min 10cm / sg

  • Empty weight

    6 Kg

  • Max incline

    30 º

DJI Inspire 2

The DJI Inspire 2 is designed for professional use, as its functionality focuses on audiovisual production. For this reason, it is equipped with two cameras that provide high image and video quality. It also features a long-lasting battery and sensor system to ensure a safe flight. Although it is a professional drone, it is easy to handle for creating high-level audiovisual products.
It has the image quality, power and intelligence capable of meeting the needs of professional filmmakers and companies around the world.

  • Autonomy

    25 min

  • Speed

    95 Km/h

  • DNG


  • Payload

    800 gr

  • Anti-collision System

    Up to 30m away

DJI Matrice 300 RTK

The MATRICE 300 RTK is inspired by the most modern avionics systems. It offers a flight time of up to 55 minutes, an advanced AI and a UAV status management system, among others. The M300 RTK redefines what to expect from a business drone thanks to a leading combination of smart features, high performance and reliability. It has dual RTK antennas and a GNSS module which, when working in synergy with the DRTK antenna, are able to position the aircraft in a centimeter way, very useful when inspections are in awkward or difficult-to-access places.

  • Autonomy

    55 min

  • Speed

    23 m/sg

  • Payload

    9 Kg

  • 6 Sensors

    double vision

  • 1080p

    Triple channel video

DJI Matrice 600

DJI’s Matrice 600 PRO is designed for professional aerial photography and industrial applications. It has been designed to seamlessly integrate with many of the most powerful DJI technologies, including the A3 flight controller, Lightbridge 2 drivetrain system, smart batteries and battery management system, for maximum performance and durability. quick installation. The image stabilizer gimbal can accommodate any type of camera, including LiDAR Phoenix.

  • Autonomy

    40 min

  • Speed

    65 km/h / 40 mph (sin viento)

  • Payload

    6 Kg

  • Video output


  • Max angle of inclination


DJI Phantom 4 RTK

Enhance your next mapping mission with the most compact and accurate solution for low-altitude mapping. Provides centimeter-level accurate information with fewer ground control points than previously required. It includes a fully integrated RTK module that provides centimeter-level position information in real time, for absolute precision in image meta information. It offers improved flight safety and enables highly accurate information to be collected.

  • Autonomy

    30 min

  • Speed

    58 km/h

  • Weight

    1300 gr

  • Precision range

    RTK on: V: ± 0.1m, H: ± 0.1m

  • Speed accuracy

    0,03 m/sg

R&D Projects



The development of this project is subsidized by the Galician Innovation Agency (GAIN) and 80% co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund under the FEDER Galicia 2014-2020 operational program (OT 1. “Promote technological development, innovation and quality research ”).
START DATE: 03/15/2018. END DATE: 09/29/2020

This R + d + i project has been approved in the Conecta Peme 2018 call of the Xunta de Galicia through the Galician Innovation Agency, and is co-financed by ERDF funds from the European Union.
On 11/29/2019, the Conference to present the progress of the TOPACIO project took place. You can download the presentation here.
The TOPACIO project was selected in the CONECTAPEME 2018 call to be co-financed by the Galician Innovation Agency of the Xunta de Galicia through FEDER funds from the European Union. Its duration is 3 years and ends in September 2020
In the TOPACIO project, AEROMEDIA UAV S.L participates together with three other companies (Extraco, SAN2 and Conexiona) and we also have the collaboration of two technology centers, such as the University of Vigo and the Forest Research Center of Lourizán
With the TOPACIO project, the aim is to develop a GIS application that allows optimizing forest fuel management in the vicinity of communication routes.
The companies and organizations responsible for the maintenance of linear infrastructures (roads, railways, power lines, etc.), have the obligation to carry out clearing, felling and pruning in order to limit the probability of starting, spreading or transmitting a forest fire .
The TOPACIO project aims to integrate many sources of information into the GIS platform, such as meteorological sources, those on the state of vegetation and those provided by anyone through a mobile application.
The aspect in which AEROMEDIA participates together with the University of Vigo, is to monitor the state of the vegetation on a large scale. For this we are conducting LIDAR flights with drones in the environment of different communication channels and at different times of the year.
With this LIDAR data, algorithms are being developed that automate the identification of forest fuel models, vegetation continuity, heights, and other variables. These data, together with other meteorological, satellite, geographical and historical types, allow optimizing forest fuel management in the aforementioned environments.
The main advantage that LIDAR information provides for the forest fuel inventory is its immediacy and the ability to refer to work scales that are impossible to access with satellite information or other cartographic sources.
At this point in the project, as regards AEROMEDIA, a LIDAR data acquisition campaign has already been carried out in winter and summer in the pilot scenarios and algorithms for structural classification of vegetation have also been developed.



The development of this project is subsidized by the Galician Innovation Agency (GAIN) and 80% co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund under the FEDER Galicia 2014-2020 operational program (OT 1. “Promote technological development, innovation and quality research ”).
START DATE: 06/01/2018. END DATE: 09/29/2020.

Throughout this year 2019, progress has been made in the design and development proposed in the project, specifically, work has been done on the design of the mathematical models necessary for the calculation of the key variables involved in forest management: inventory, planning and control. These models will be housed in the web GIS tool that has been worked on during this period and which includes the necessary functionalities to carry out forest management remotely. This tool is currently under development.
To improve field operations, the project addresses the development of a VTOL (Vertical Take-Off and Landing) prototype. This type of aircraft provides the take-off and landing characteristics of a helicopter and the flight capacity of an airplane, ideal for forest conditions, where having a take-off runway for operation is complicated and where the autonomy and range of a multicopter slows down and makes data collection more expensive. During this period, the aircraft platform has already been defined and work is being done on the FCS (flight control system).
Regarding field tasks, 235.2 hectares of forest have been sampled on foot and in UAV. Statistical sampling methodologies with circular plots and measurement using conventional tools have been used for sampling on foot, and for flights, a commercial multicopter equipped with a LIDAR sensor and photographic camera.


We have very advanced the VTOL system, with which the LIDAR, RGB and MULTIESPECTRAL data of the forests object of management will be captured
A VTOL is a fixed-wing drone, capable of vertical take-off and landing. As of today, we have the VTOL in full swing of the first test flights
Here you have a link to the document presenting the progress of the project, which took place on 12/2/2019
The XESTAL project is part of the GAIN CONECTAPEME call and is financed by the EU through FEDER funds.


The SINDA (Interior Security System with Autonomous Drones Based on 3D Artificial Vision) project aims to develop a functional prototype of a multirotor drone, equipped with a navigation and inspection system based on Artificial Vision (VA), oriented to the execution of surveillance, supervision and control tasks autonomously.
Project financed by the FEDER Innterconecta 2015 program ITC-20151329.
Smart Drones
Financing entity
Center for Industrial Technological Development (CDTI) Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness (FEDER Innterconecta Program 2015 ITC-20151329)
Participating Entities
Prosegur SIS S.L., Avansig S.L.L., Aeromedia UAV S.L., Egatel S.L.
Execution dates
July 2015 – March 2017