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BYROBOT’s Management Philosophy

A company where All Staff Members Feel the Highest Working Satisfaction

History

BYROBOT Co., Ltd. was founded by Sangki Ji in August 2011. He worked several years as a researcher for all flying robot projects in KITECH (Korea Institute of Industrial Technology). His team is the first to make a single ducted-fan flying robot with a gasoline engine fly autonomously in Republic of Korea.

Business Areas

BYROBOT Co., Ltd. has accumulated numerous experiences in the following fields:
• Mechanical engineering
• Aerodynamics
• Rotordynamics
• Anti-vibration
• Digital electronic development
• Signal processing
• Sensors, Cameras
• Optical flow sensor
• GPS
• IMU, AHRS
• Low cost and high quality manufacturing
Please contact us if you require help in any of these fields of engineering. BY-Lab. BYROBOT Co., Ltd. has well equipped lab and prototype manufacturing facilities.

R&D

 

FLYING ROBOT

A decent flying robot requires advanced automatic control system technology and mechanical design skills as well as technological knowhow acquired from experiences in the field. Based on theoretical knowledge and skills accumulated in the field for many years, BYROBOT Co., Ltd. is making an effort to make a better robot.

Equad 30 (2013)

Description:
Quadrotor-type flying robot equipped with a gasoline engine?the first of its kind in the world. It was developed to extend operating hours and increase payload, shortcomings of the existing UAVs (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles) that use the existing electric motors. Due to poor battery performance, the existing models had a short flight time?less than 30 minutes, and payload was also insufficient, adding more constraints. However, powered by four gasoline engines, Equad 30 can carry more than 6kg and fly for more than 100 minutes.
Specification:
Size: 100 x 100 x 50 cm
Folded size: 50 x 50 x 70 cm
Total Weight(w/o fuel): 12kg
Payload: 6 kg
Operating time: 100 mins
Operating distance: 6 km

DFR 45(2012)

Description:
Ducted-fan type flying robot powered by gasoline engine, it can perform automatic flight. Its size and weight are small enough for one person to operate. Equipped with 37x zoom camera and thermographic camera, it can carry out surveillance and reconnaissance missions day and night. Compared to conventional helicopter-type UAVs, its structure is even simpler, reducing maintenance costs.
Specification:
Size: 50 x 50 x 100 cm
Total Weight(w/o fuel): 8kg
Payload: 1 kg
Operating time: 90 mins
Operating distance: 6 km

DFR 40 (2009)

Description:
Equipped with cameras at the front and rear and powered by one gasoline engine, this flying robot can transmit images in real-time. It is specialized in surveillance and reconnaissance missions but it can carry small equipment. For example, when it is involved in a life-saving task, it can find a person in peril and deliver a life vest.
Specification:
Size: 40 x 40 x 80 cm
Total Weight(w/o fuel): 4kg
Payload: 1 kg
Operating time: 45 mins
Operating distance: 6 km

DFR 30 (2009)

Description:
Ducted-fan type flying robot whose propeller is safely enclosed. Made of elastic material, it is resistant to external shock. All parts are modular, so it is very easy to manufacture and maintain. It can transmit images in real time with a camera on the front.
Specification:
Size: 30 x 30 x 25 cm
Total Weight: 900 g
Payload: 200 g
Operating time: 10 mins
Operating distance: 100 m

Coaxial-SK (2006)

Description:
Flying robot where two propellers are rotating on one axis, it can transmit images in real time with a camera on the front. Developed for indoor surveillance tasks, it is small in size and generates relatively little noise. It is light weight but stronger thanks to a propeller made of carbon fiber.
Specification:
Size: 15 x 15 x 34
Rotor Diameter: 53 cm
Total Weight: 840 g
Payload: 200 g
Operating time: 10 mins
Operating distance: 100 m