When seconds can mean lives, the Hexpuck provides situational awareness during the crucial first minute of arrival at an incident scene. By using revolutionary “finger safe” Puck motor technology, the Hexpuck requires no on-scene preparation and thus provides the first true, rapid “stow and go” capability.
The Hexpuck system is specifically designed to solve the on-demand, personal-scale situational awareness / aerial reconnaissance problem. Long range and high-latency aerial reconnaissance have long been provided by expensive and complex manned and unmanned aerial vehicles. However, a vast array of commercial and public safety problems demand safe, rapid, and high-availability solutions on personal reconnaissance scales (0-400ft / 0-100m). With motor blades completely enclosed and an easy-to-use UI, the Hexpuck has been designed from the ground-up to provide a revolutionary solution to the unmet challenges of rapid, personal-scale reconnaissance.
Mark is a former Caltech faculty with two decades’ of experience in planetary science and spacecraft exploration.
Larry is a former member of the US special forces with national intelligence and law enforcement experience.
Christopher is a physicist and strategist with a background in NASA research programs who oversees internal operations and R&D.
Ian is a technologist with years of experience in commercial and spacecraft systems design and engineering.
Gregg is a former Chase head of department with extensive experience in start-up financing.
Yuan has a background in aeronautical engineering and spacecraft exploration and is responsible for product manufacturing.