BVE 2016: Yuneec showed off its latest drone at BVE, the Typhoon H.

Unveiled at CES last month, the Typhoon H features Intel’s RealSense collision avoidance camera technology. It is also capable of flying with only five of its six rotors working.

The drone is equipped with an internal 4K, 30fps camera that can also capture 120fps at 1080p.

Control is via the company’s ST16 ‘ground station’, which includes a 7-inch 720p HD touchscreen and HFMI port for an external monitor.

They Typhoon H will be available from mid-April for £1,800. A version of the drone without the Intel chip will cost £1,450.

Drone simulator

Yuneec Typhoon H

UAV Pilot, a training simulator for drone pilots, was also on show. The software relies on a USB Wi-Fi dongle which connects to the Wi-Fi output in Yuneec’s ST10+ transmitter.

It allows users to pilot different drones in Yuneec’s range in a variety of locations with training tasks and exercises.