designed by french creatives francois baptista and stéphane pietroiusti, the EAGLE EYE drone is tailored to keep you safe during wild adventures. with its fine-tuned features, including artificial intelligence, it becomes a tool for rescuers and an asset when going through dangerous or hardly reachable fields.


francois baptista x stéphane pietroiusti EAGLE EYE

 

 

baptista and pietroiusti have carefully developed EAGLE EYE  in partnership with drone makers, rescuers and professional drone pilots. as a result, thanks to cameras, sensors, and an integrated artificial intelligence, the drone knows perfectly the topology of the field it has been assigned to.


a new tool for rescuers

 

 

‘he is living in the nature, scanning the ground every day, autonomous thanks to solar powered pylons to recharge it, dispersed on his territory. nature is always in movement, vegetation is growing, trees are falling, rains changes the tracks, temperature fluctuates. that’s why it is needed to refresh all data as often as possible, to define the best strategies to always be faster for rescuers to save lives or extinguish the flames’, explains the design duo. 


area of attachment to pylons


camera and sensors to collect data


propellers and wings make it fly longer


exploded view of the eagle eye

 

 

DRONE
video from david plachez


security LED on the wings


the drone is divided in two parts: carbon fiber wings and the tail with embedded technology 


the drone patrol between pylons to cover a huge area


the drone suggests strategies for rescuers to extinguish the flames


the drone is scanning the land every day to understand its topology that is always in movement

 

 

project info:

lead designers: francois baptista, stéphane pietroiusti
designer: manon gérard
digital designers: david plachez, grégoire lauwers

 

 

designboom has received this project from our ‘DIY submissions‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their own work for publication. see more project submissions from our readers here.

 

edited by: lea zeitoun | designboom

  • Now this is the first drone I see that is both extremely beautiful and seems to have a very intelligent design for both flying modes. It’s the first one I’d LOVE to buy just to let it fly. PLEASE make it to the market!

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