San Francisco, CA
ZM Interactive (ZMI) recently announced the latest addition to its line of xFoldTM drones. What makes the xFoldTM drones unique is that they are the only industrial unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) on the market that can switch between x4 (quad), x6 (hexa), x8 (octo) and x12 (dodeca) configurations in a matter of minutes. The new xFoldTM Dragon can lift up to 1000 pounds, while the Dragon Hybrid boasts a flight time of 1.5 hours on battery and over 8 hours with a hybrid system.
It’s relatively simple to customize the xFold drone to fit any mission. Pilots can swap configurations in minutes, including adding robotic arms for delivery, extinguisher ball droppers for fire fighting, sprayers for agriculture, or sensors for 3D mapping. The military grade commercial drones are designed, manufactured, built and assembled by ZMI in the USA, using proprietary components. ZMI does not use any Chinese components. The aircraft are weather resistant and made to fly in inclement conditions.
The xFoldTM line of Dragon super carrier drones includes five different sizes and capacities, guaranteeing there is an xFold drone suited for every flight operation and commercial mission. Payload for the five Dragon air-crafts include 100 pounds, 300 pounds, 500 pounds and 1,000 pounds.
The xFold is suitable for a range of commercial, industrial, military and emergency-response applications. Customers already using the xFold Dragon include Dynatics, NASA JPL, Livermore Labs, Israel Defence Force, US Military, USDA, police and fire departments, as well as Bell Helicopter, which was granted FAA Experimental Registration on multiple xFold aircrafts in 2019. xFold Dragons are currently being used in a number of countries including the US, Canada, Mexico, Europe, Asia, Africa and Israel.
ZM Interactive (ZMI) develops and manufactures the xFold drone and provides drone services for government, industrial and pro level cinematography. Based in San Francisco, xFold drones are manufactured in the USA, and ZMI is a U.S Government approved vendor.
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