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Precision flying for aerial photography, film, surveying, surveillance etc. The HeliCommand stabilizes the geographical position of the model helicopter it also stabilizes its flight attitude.

Positional stability in all control axes at the hover with optional HeliCommand- Profi version. The system contains multiple control and measuring mannual which provide impressively reliable results.

System functions independently of the horizon; i. This completely new attitude stabilisation and positioning technology is now available for the first time.

Dual redundancy in both the hardware and software programming throughout was designed into the HeliCommand. If it lasts longer, the stabilisation automatically switches from “position mode” to “horizontal mode”. Fail-safe mwnual fully automatic landing.

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Model helicopters with a rigid head are more agile, contain fewer parts and consume less motor power. Characteristics are not previously achieved quality of regulation, compact architecture and low weight, and all this for an affordable price. Even in this situation the level of stabilisation is equivalent to that provided by conventional “inertial control” technology, i. The HeliCommand provides a level of safety and accident reduction that previously has been unknown in the realm of helicopter modeling.

Normally the transition is very brief, in which case the pilot will not notice it. If the radio link fails, the fail-safe responds extremely quickly and almost continuously, setting the roll-axis and pitch-axis functions to neutral, whilst maintaining the collective pitch function at the last value.

Of course, in exceptional visual conditions, e. The mixer settings are entered using a new form of procedure which is very simple to operate; this saves the user the task of studying the menu system etc. The HeliCommand “Rigid-Stabi” is another version of the system: As a result, the HeliCommand is capable of stabilising the helicopter in the horizontal attitude independent of the visual circumstances in contrast to previous types of stabilisers.


The supplementary attitude stabilisation features an artificial horizon and three electronic gyros, and works completely independently of the prevailing visual conditions.

It is ideal for the beginner. Almost every ground surface exhibits contrast, and this allows the system to detect all relative movements in the horizontal direction, just as accurately as a computer mouse on its mat. Tail rotor gyro – The HeliCommand unit features an integral high-quality heading-hold gyro.

In this case the display module or the PC adaptor and software is required in order to carry out adjustments. The HeliCommand incorporates several control and measurement systems triple axis gyros and an optical CCD sensor to provide a superb of stability.

A movement sensor senses the ground in flight, i.

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The HeliCommand unit stabilises the helicopter’s position as well as its attitude. Ideal support for long-range flying.

In addition to all the functions of the Heli-Command 3D, this variant provides stabilisation for helicopters which are not fitted with a mechanical stabiliser bar flybar.

It was developed primarily for professional and industrial applications, but now includes a version specifically for modelling use. In this case the pilot will notice the difference, as he has to compensate for any slow drift by giving straightforward control commands.

This makes it possible to control all current types of helicopter using simple radio control systems without swashplate mixers. Professional radio control pilots benefit from more precise flying, for example when carrying out camera flights, survey flights, fire-fighting or disaster missions, manhal whenever normal control would no longer be possible due to the distance.


The professional version contains additional instruments which provide autonomous control of all functions. Stress-free helicopter flying Professional radio control pilots benefit from more precise flying, for example when carrying out camera flights, survey flights, fire-fighting or disaster missions, and whenever normal control would no longer be possible due to the distance.

The full version stabilises all three axes, provides autonomous hovering and even automatic landings. Even simple radio control systems without programmable mixers can be used. The position is measured by sensing the ground, using a principle similar to that of the optical computer mouse; the difference is that the positioning system continues to work at altitudes of up to 20 m and more, and even at the onset of dusk.

The in-flight switchable gain system offers three different positions: Stress-free hovering and circuits right from the outset.

Greatly reduced expense due to crashes Variable degree of stabilisation and inverted flight mode “3D” version and above ensures faster progress when learning Integral mixers render programmable transmitters superfluous Integral tail rotor gyro with heading lock as standard feature.

HeliCommand is a new kind of altitude stabilization and positioning technology, and is now available for model flying applications and professional helicopters. Immediate success and learning – instead of frustrating and expensive crashs. Existing control aids designed for models are either just a supplementary x-y gyro system, or a circuit based helicomamnd simple light or infra-red sensors, which only work if the horizon is absolutely level, and there are no visual obstructions.

If a normal helicopter is left helicommmand for just a heljcommand seconds, it quickly drifts off in an arbitrary direction, accelerating continuously – which means, it would not survive for long.

Many attempts have been made to build a stabilisation system for untethered helicopters.