Rescue services, army

Apart from the obvious applications of Raptor – as the equipment created for exciting fun in flying – the device thanks to its properties, such as maneuverability, mobility and speed, can meet a range of useful functions – acting through the additional equipment tools as support for the efforts of all kinds of emergency services, fire brigades and the army.

Raptor will work wherever the maneuverability of other means of transport end – eg. Helicopters – and so in urban areas, the surroundings with high-density of buildings.

Let’s imagine a situation where it is necessary to evacuate the last floors of a tall building, whose lower floors burst into flames. The helicopter is unable to get close to the facility at a distance that would accomplish this task.
Raptor does not have these limitations, because its propellers are protected and it can accurately, “dock” at the wall / window of the building – hovering still in place.

Another example of the use of the machine may be the need for rapid transport of injured persons from the scene of a road accident. Let's add increased traffic, traffic jams. A typical image of each major city. The helicopter is not able to land in such a situation, take a rescue stretcher and quickly move to a place where adequate assistance will be provided. Raptor - is.
The device can land even on the pavement and the injured person can be safely transported. Human life can get a chance, which in the case of other types of transport - was out of question.

Aero – trekking

In recent years we have observed rapid development of new types of sport and human activity using lightweight flying machines. One of them is aero-trekking. Air walk – because it’s a literal translation of this phrase – means exploring the area by flying at low heights.

Contact with nature full of thrills thanks to the equipment which takes off and lands vertically – in places inaccessible to other means of transport – awakens the imagination of many amateurs of adventure and unconventional, intensive ways of discovering the world around.


Autonomous flying vehicles carrying out work for agriculture are becoming a reality – American Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) issued a decision allowing the use of unmanned aerial vehicles for agricultural purposes. FAA determined “that this decision is in the public interest.” Equipped with dedicated hardware and the “Remote Control” system Raptor will be able to make spraying very precisely and quickly in a repeatable manner – thanks to GPS location.

Japan, South Korea and Australia also allow commercial use of drones for various applications.