TEN TECH LLC Announces Huracán Quadcopter

TEN TECH LLC announces its own quadcopter platform
TEN TECH LLC today introduced its Huracán Multi-Purpose Aerial Drone (MPAD), a self-funded Quadcopter Flight Demonstrator, designed for sensor testing, environmental data acquisition, communication and processing.

Based on a DJI Phantom 4 Platform and integrating several off-the-shelf sensors and communication modules, the Huracán MPAD will serve as an airborne sensor testbed and stepping-stone for further tactical, commercial and R&D UAS developments. The Huracán was designed, integrated and tested at TEN TECH LLC’s offices in Los Angeles, CA and Nashua, NH.

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Engineers at TEN TECH LLC designed the Huracán entirely in a cloud-based engineering environment allowing real-time collaboration between offices in Nashua, NH and Los Angeles, CA for Industrial Design, 3D Parts & Assemblies Modeling, Mass Properties, Range of Motion, Kinematics Studies and Interference Checking. Using Additive Manufacturing Generative Design, robust but lightweight interface and support structures were created and printed in-house.

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Extensive Finite Element Analysis (FEA) was performed on the main airframe structure to ensure survival of the sensors under shock & vibration, including MIL-STD-810 harsh environments. Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) was employed to perform aerodynamics studies and flight performance characterization, allowing for an optimized sensor positioning balancing flyability and minimal propeller aerodynamics interference.

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The Huracán MPAD successfully passed functional and operational tests, including piloted and autonomous flight while recording and transmitting collected environmental data.

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