Another new payload option has landed for the SD3+.
Coupled with a full colour camera the megaphone will attach directly onto your SD3+ body. An all weather effective addition if you need to provide clear and loud instructions to people on the ground.
At an altitude of 30 metres you can broadcast live or prerecorded messages or music.
Wireless transmission, remote loudhailer
The HHQ megaphone and its paired UHF base station clearly transmit audio up to 2km. The loudhailer can be heard in most scenarios up to 40m away, effectively enhancing the safety and effectiveness of operations with direct, clear instructions from the command centre.
Real-time or recorded broadcast
The included HHQ base station allows the broadcast of live voice or recorded messages and music through a normal headphone jack.
Noisy Environments - Clear Sound
Even in noisy environments, the HHQ high-quality amplifier and loudhailer projects sound clearly to ensure your message cuts through.
FPV Camera, Real-Time Monitoring
The inbuilt FPV camera transmits real-time imagery back to the remote controller screen or goggles ensuring that the pilot can correctly position the drone for effective audio.
A Solution for Many Industries
Whether the situation calls for marketing, crowd control, danger warning, public broadcasting, emergency scene management or something else, the HHQ will get your message through.
Traffic Congestion Management Often the congestion caused by a traffic incident prevents traffic police from getting to the scene. The SplashDrone SD3+ equipped with the HHQ loudhailer can overfly traffic and reach a scene quickly to provide situational awareness and instruction to people at the scene of the problem – even in rain.
Rescue Support Often in rescue situations, helping the victims understand what the rescuers are doing is crucial to a successful operation. With the HHQ, victims can be safely kept informed and reassured while the operation progresses.
Crowd and Riot Control The SwellPro HHQ allows you to position the loudhailer above a crowd, ensuring your message can be delivered without endangering responders.