EOS is a zero-emission, unmanned airship designed from the ground up to cater to a wide range of roles across multiple industries. developed by avalon airships, the vehicle is designed to improve policing, surveillance, ambulance and rescue services, while it can also be used commercially, in areas such as freight, entertainment, and farming among others.

avalon's EOS is a zero-emission, unmanned airship designed to cater to multiple industries
EOS: police variant above the clouds

 

 

avalon‘s EOS is a fully autonomous, zero emission airship, designed for mass production with flexible payload and operational capabilities. it utilizes a fully electric drivetrain and a streamlined hybrid design, allowing it to operate silently at high speeds for long periods. paired with fully autonomous operation, EOS can operate night and day with very little downtime and at minimal cost. water-only landings give this helium-filled airship a huge amount of possible landing sites.

avalon's EOS is a zero-emission, unmanned airship designed to cater to multiple industries
police variant flyover

 

 

the aircraft’s water ballast system rapidly sucks up water, increasing its net weight upon landing and preventing accidental take-off to ensure safe and reliable operations. for police, surveillance, ambulance and rescue service applications, EOS is equipped with a remotely-piloted drone, which allows it to give direct aid in emergencies. a range of storage compartments allow the drone to carry a wide range of curated medical and survival payloads.

avalon's EOS is a zero-emission, unmanned airship designed to cater to multiple industries
police variant maneuvering in port

avalon's EOS is a zero-emission, unmanned airship designed to cater to multiple industries
search and rescue heading to the scottish highlands in bad weather


police variant in port


camera drone for sports events


freight


police


coastguard


deploy-able medical drone

 

 

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