The “NOX” racing quadcopter takes drone racing to the next level, as it provides a first-person view for all pilots participating, thanks to a multitude of cameras on each vehicle. That’s not all, the quadcopter’s cabin features an integrated autonomous stabilization system that can instantly respond to the different flight modes, such as take off and landing. Design wise, two rotors are placed together on the same wing, connected to the body on a single rotational pivot. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
“The experimental racing drone can be maneuvered by its rotors, and by the differences between the angles of the wings. the central part of the fuselage houses a battery pack, control unit and a camera system. the ‘NOX’s’ covers are designed to eliminate drag coefficient, creating a optimal upforce efficiency. the fin-shaped form of the fuselage is created for improved lateral stability in maneuvering,” reports Design Boom.