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Sleek & Beautiful

SRP Aero

Unmanned Systems

Precision mapping drones with industry leading flight times.


Sleek & Beautiful


Less setup, more coverage. Three hour endurance in a hand launch drone. Survey massive areas with high precision and resolution.

Sleek & Beautiful


Takeoff like a copter, fly like an airplane. Lynx VTOL combines the best of both worlds.

Why choose Lynx?

Sleek & Beautiful

Simple Controls

Swift Ground Control Station (GCS) offers simple yet powerful flight and mapping controls with a sleek, touch interface. Swift GCS is included with Lynx.

Sleek & Beautiful

Endurance = Coverage

An industry leading flight time in a hand launch drone means you cover more ground, per flight, and with less setup.

Sleek & Beautiful

Resolution and Accuracy

Lynx boasts high resolution payloads and Post-Processed Kinematics (PPK) GPS giving you centimeter resolution and accuracy.

Sleek & Beautiful

Durable Construction

Lynx's durable Kevlar construction withstands field abuse, rough landings, and is highly crash resistant.

News & Announcements

April 26, 2018

SRP Aero will Debut New Lynx VTOL Drone at AUVSI Xponential 2018

COLORADO CONVENTION CENTER, DENVER, May 1 – 3 SRP Aero will be attending North America’s largest unmanned systems convention – AUVSI Xponential – for the fifth year in a row. This year the show is in Denver at the Colorado Convention Center from May 1st until the 3rd. For 2018, SRP Aero will debut the […]

November 26, 2017

SRP at I/ITSEC 2017

SRP will exhibit the Lynx UAS and Swift GCS in MetaVR’s  booth#1249 at the Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference and Trade Show (I/ITSEC), to be held November 27 – December 1, 2017, at the Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, FL, USA. Come see how MetaVR utilizes Lynx UAS imagery to improve realism and visuals […]

October 28, 2017

SRP is now an Official Agisoft PhotoScan Reseller

SRP is now an Agisoft PhotoScan reseller. PhotoScan is professional photogrammetry software designed for creating GIS content. Aerial images captured by the Lynx UAS are processed and georeferenced into a single data set. From this single data set, users can export digital surface models (DSM), orthomosaics, 3D models, point clouds and more. Final applications include […]