Versa X6

The Versa X6 is a powerful, versatile hexacopter for professionals. It helps you manage your activity better, by bringing you more data faster.

Despite its large payload capacity, the detachable arms ensure that the drone is easily transportable. With a carbon fibre frame and shell, the Versa X6 is lightweight, yet capable of easily carrying payloads up to 2.5kg.

The Versa X6 can be outfitted with a range of cameras and sensors, ranging from compact system cameras such as Sony’s NEX series, to thermal (heat-detecting) cameras and specialised sensors for industrial or research applications.

Contact our dedicated sales team to look at the best configuration for your needs. Prices start at around €12800, depending on options.


  • High performance hexacopter
  • Assembled by hand to ensure each custom built UAV has complete reliability
  • Carbon fibre airframe and handmade outer shell maintains a strong, light structure
  • Lithium Polymer battery packs result in long flight times
  • Payloads up to 2.5kg can be carried, including most compact system cameras such as the Sony NEX
  • Detachable arms to minimise packed size
  • 6 brushless motors with 16” carbon fibre rotors for maximum performance
  • Brushless multi axis gimbals available to suit a wide range of cameras and sensors
  • Live streaming of HD video
  • GPS assisted flight with altitude hold, position hold and waypointing available
  • Semi-automatic take-off and landing, and return to base failsafe
  • Optional FPV with monitors or video goggles


Custom fitted flight case to hold drone, controller, batteries, charger, monitor etc

Fully autonomous system with waypointing capabilities


Versa X6 Basic
Versa X6 Mapping and Surveying
Versa X6 Spectral
Versa X6 Research
Versa X6 NDVI

Technical Specifications

– 850 x 850 x 340-450 (Flight ready)

– 5000g (RTF, excluding camera/gimbal)

Payload capacity
– 2500g – Sony NEX, Sony A7, Canon 5D, Blackmagic Pocket Cinema etc)

Cruising speed
– 70km/h (44mph)

Maximum altitude
– 2000m (6500ft)

Max climb rate
– 6 m/s