Unpack EHL from one of its various case options, assemble, and be ready to respond in minutes. When time is of vital importance, you can trust that the EHL system will be airborne to execute the mission.



We know operation objectives can change at any time. EHL has a robust 4-hour flight endurance and supports dynamic re-tasking. EHL's rugged airframe is weatherproof, allowing the mission to continue in precipitation.

The quiet, electric propulsion system allows reduced stand-off distances in noise-sensitive environments. EHL is acoustically undetectable at 500 ft. above ground level in zero wind conditions.



EHL is designed to be expeditionary, requiring no ground launch or recovery equipment. Take-off and landing operations are possible in confined spaces. Take-off climb-out is brisk with generous excess power. Landing uses a steep, 3:1 approach path, for precise recovery. The system is designed to be recovered on hard surfaces, with EHL retracting its imager pod prior to landing. This protects the payload during touchdown.



EHL operations are nimble. A single operator can operate an EHL system. No launchers, bungees, parachute or other recovery equipment are needed. EHL is a fully autonomous Group 1 UAS.

Choose from various pack-out options in both hard and soft case styles. The complete EHL system is easily transportable in either a pickup truck, SUV, or station wagon permitting maximum basing flexibility.



The DZYNE Analytics suite is an advanced, cloud-based data analytics solution. Our algorithms convert large data sets into actionable information. All collected data can be plotted in a map interface alongside 3D site models and geo-referenced mosaics, which are generated in real-time from collected video. The flexible architecture enables the addition of analytics plug-ins tailored to your specific needs.


High-quality imagery is collected in flight through a mechanically and digitally stabilized gimbal. DELTAsix collects video with unparalleled stability and clarity in this class of vehicle.

Standard payload control modes such as scene lock, target tracking, and target following reduce operator workload. All data remains secure through an encrypted data link.

The geo-referenced video is displayed on the DELTAsix control tablet, which features an intuitive interface and merges mission and gimbal video controls. The combination of electro-optical and infrared sensors in one gimbal provide mission flexibility to alternate between the two sensors, as needed.

Embedded metadata in the transport stream allows the plug-and-play use of video in various GIS and video analytics tools.