Skydio X2D Starter Kit (5GHz, Colour/Thermal) (1-year term)
- Magnetic Mount Battery
- 6x Navigation Cameras
- Low Noise Propellers
- Wireless Transmission
- Strobe Lighting
- 4K HDR Camera w/ 16x Zoom
- FLIR Boson 320P thermal imager
- Front-mounted Gimbal
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Skydio X2D Colour/Thermal is the ultimate UAS solution for aerial reconnaissance and situational awareness.
X2D is powered by Skydio Autonomy Enterprise, an AI-driven autonomous flight engine that enables unparalleled 360° obstacle avoidance, autonomous tracking, GPS-denied navigation, and complete workflow automation. X2D is designed with a ruggedised, foldable airframe, GPS-based night flight, strobing lights in visible and IR wavelength, and a dual sensor payload with a 12MP colour camera and FLIR® 320x256 thermal sensor.
Built to exceed the Short-Range Reconnaissance (SRR) requirements for the U.S. Army, Skydio X2D is designed and assembled in the USA, and is compliant with the National Defence Authorization Act (NDAA).
- 1x Skydio X2D 5GHz vehicle
- 1x Skydio Enterprise Controller 5GHz
- 3x batteries
- 1x dual charger
- 1x spare propeller blades set
- 1x tactical soft case
- 1x admin hard case
- 1x Skydio Autonomy Enterprise perpetual license with three (1) year maintenance and support.
- Skydio X2D vehicle includes:
- Dual streaming Color/Thermal payload
- NDAA compliance
- Ground control via the Skydio Enterprise App and Blue sUAS QGC App
- 2x 256GB SD Cards (pre-installed)
Skydio Enterprise Controller includes Skydio Enterprise App offline.
|Dimensions (In flight)||663 x 570 x 212 mm|
|Dimensions (Folded, No battery)||140 x 302 x 92 mm|
|Weight (With battery)||1,325 g|
|Colour Camera||4K60P HDR Camera with 16x digital zoom|
|Thermal Camera||FLIR Boson 320P thermal imager with 8x digital zoom|
|Main Processor||NVIDIA Tegra X2 SoC|
|GPU||256-core NVIDIA Pascal™ GPU|
|CPU||Dual-Core NVIDIA Denver 2 64-bit CPU
Quad-Core ARM®-A57 MPCore
|RAM||4 GB 128-bit LPDDR4|
|Obstacle Avoidance Coverage||Omnidirectional and above/below
super fisheye lenses for 360° view
|3D World Model Update Rate||> 1 million points per second|
|World Model-to-Action Update Rate||500 iterations per second|
|Onboard AI||9 custom deep networks used in flight|
|User-selectable Subjects for Tracking||People and motor vehicles|
|Object Tracking and Identification||Up to 10 simultaneous objects of interest|
|Calibration||Automated online calibration of lens
parameters, camera rotations, wind
speed, and air density
|Dimensions||273 x 133 x 76 mm|
|Flight Time||Up to 35 minutes|
Dual 2-axis joysticks, dual rockers & 10 buttons
GPS, Barometer, Compass, Gyro, ACC
Qualcomm Snapdragon 855
|Wireless Links||4G LTE capable|
|Wired Links||USB 3.1, (via dongle) HDMI|
|Operating Frequencies||5 GHz|
|Max Range||Expected up to 6 km|
|Bandwidth Selection||5/20 MHz|
|Firmware||Signed and encrypted|
|Media encryption||Encrypted SD cards with physical security keys|
|Controls||Ability to provision and deprovision devices|
|Infrastructure||Key provisioning burned-in at time of manufacture|
Rules for recreational drone operators
- You must not fly your drone higher than 120 metres (400 feet) above ground level.
- You must keep your drone at least 30 metres away from other people.
- You must only fly one drone at a time.
- You must keep your drone within visual line-of-sight. This means always being able to see the drone with your own eyes (rather than through a device, screen or goggles).
- You must not fly over or above people or in a populous area. This could include beaches, parks, events, or sport ovals where there is a game in progress.
- Respect personal privacy. Don’t record or photograph people without their consent — this may breach other laws.
- If your drone weighs more than 250 grams, you must fly at least 5.5 kilometres away from a controlled airport, which generally have a control tower at them.
- Remember, you must not operate your drone in a way that creates a hazard to another aircraft, person or property.
- You must only fly during the day and you must not fly through cloud or fog.
- You must not fly your drone over or near an area affecting public safety or where emergency operations are underway. This could include situations such as a car crash, police operations, a fire or firefighting efforts or search and rescue.
- If you're near a helicopter landing site or smaller aerodrome without a control tower, you can fly your drone within 5.5 kilometres. If you become aware of manned aircraft nearby, you will have to manoeuvre away and land your drone as quickly and safely as possible.
- If you intend to fly your drone for or at work (commercially), there are extra rules you must follow. You will need a remote pilot licence (RePL) or fly in the excluded category (sub-2 kilogram or private landholder).
Test your knowledge
Test your knowledge with our practice quiz on Australia’s drone safety rules.
Where can I fly?
Download a CASA-verified drone safety app to find out where you can and can’t fly your drone.
Report unsafe flying
If you believe you've seen someone breaking the rules, you can report it to CASA. Fines of up to $1,110 can be issued per offence. If the matter is taken to court, fines of up to $11,100 can be imposed.