Elistair is expanding its product range by launching its new wired drone, Khronos. Intended for the collection of intelligence and observations in real time, the small aircraft would be particularly useful to law enforcement and the military to operate in delicate or remote terrain.
Over the last ten years, the start-up Elistair has specialized in an idea that seemed original at the time: the design of wired drones. The Lyon company created in 2014 is preparing to launch a new model, presented at the Milipol show from November 14. Announced on their site thanks to a countdown, Khronos uses the formula that made the success of previous iterations of Elistair. With this new device, the ambition is to provide a new range of drones specialized in the acquisition of intelligence, made useful to law enforcement and armies.