Below are answers to a range of frequently asked questions about Flylogix and our operations. For more detailed information please contact us with your question or enquiry.

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What makes Flylogix unique?

Flylogix enables you to obtain data without the cost and risk of placing staff offshore or into in to the field. Flylogix offers a fully integrated service, delivering a low cost, long range, beyond visual line of sight platform.

How far can Flylogix fly?

The remotely piloted aircraft has an operating range of 500km (310miles).

Where does Flylogix fly from?

Flylogix can operate from major commercial airports, in conjunction with other manned aviation, through to small isolated airstrips less than 100m (330ft) in length.

Who flies the aircraft?

The remotely piloted aircraft is flown by a qualified pilot at all times, with the additional aid of a sophisticated autopilot.

What weather can you fly in?

During over seven years of operation FlyLogix has successfully flown in a broad range of conditions including high winds, cold and hot weather.

What payload can you carry?

FlyLogix can carry up to 5kg (11lb) of payload. FlyLogix can carry a broad range of payloads including FLIR, optical cameras, LIDAR, radar and gas sensors. FlyLogix has a duplex satellite link that enables information to be passed back and forward to the payload at all times.

What regulations does Flylogix fly under?

Flylogix operates under a commercial aerial permission from the Civil Aviation Authority, together with a safety case developed with the oil and gas operator to meet the requirements of the HSE (Health and Safety Executive).

Where do you control the aircraft from?

FlyLogix has a fully equipped ground control station, with multiple redundant communications links to the remotely piloted aircraft, air traffic communications and multiple redundant power sources that can operate from any location.