A drone that looks and flies like an airplane

The Spirit Vtail quadcopter is a crossover/hybrid between an airplane and a quadcopter. The Spirit will fill the gap between normal X-configuration quadcopters and FPV-racing quadcopters. An unconventional arrangement of the tail rotor configuration in a

V-shape ensures a better YAW control than the conventional configuration. A sleek design in combination with 3D maneuverability results in great flying performance and lots of fun: A drone that looks and flies like an airplane.

 Design is the most immediate,

the most explicit way of defining what products become in people's minds.


Jonathan I've

Head of Industrial Design - Apple Computers

Optional camera

Equiped with a 14 megapixel "fisheye" camera, the Spirit records videos and pictures in a 180° field with remarkable image quality.

A full-digital image stabilization technology allows the Spirit to take remarkably stable and clear aerial footage regardless of the drone movements. Splash and dust proof lens.

LED strip: night flying!

Vtail explained

There is a relationship between tail angle and lift generated.
At 30° arm angle, you get 86% of the original thrust (cos(30°) = 0.86).
By applying rudder input the the YAW effect is more efficient.

Front view

The Spirit V-Tail quadcopter can be equipped with an optional sonar ground following radar system. (optional)

Side view

The Spirit V-Tail quadcopter is aerodynamicly shaped; longer flight times will be achieved!

Top view

The Spirit V-Tail quadcopter can be fitted with 8" or 9" props depending on your personal flight style.