Galaxy Single Rotor

The Galaxy V2 has been released, lighter, improved cooling, aerodynamics and efficiency and longer flight-times are now possible.

The Galaxy platform is an electric single rotor RPAS and is intended to be used for data acquisition. The Galaxy is a heavy lift platform that can carry large sensors for long distance/durations. It features a ballistic recovery parachute in the event of a flight condition outside the set parameters the parachute will automatically deploy. A ground control station (GCS) is used to operate the Galaxy 950/1080, this is an intuitive control system with built in tablet and long-range communication link for simple and safe operation. The GCS and Galaxy Radio modem (RF Link) is designed for long range operation and is FCC approved to be compliant with FAA standards. (FCC ID: NS913P900).


We understand the growing information security concerns surrounding drone technology. Innoflight believes honesty and transparency are key factors in making our customers successful. As one of the few UAS manufacturers with a proprietary autopilot, we are able to confidently explain the cybersecurity of our systems.

The Galaxy 950 offers the same key features as the DJI Government Edition UAS:

  • No Data Transmission – The only way data is transmitted is if the user deliberately sends it. No component of the Galaxy 950 will ever transfer data by any means to anyone, including third parties and Innoflight.
  • No Automatic Updates – You have full control on when firmware updates are applied to your fleet. You will never be denied flight capabilities due to outdated firmware. Feel free to test the update when it is convenient for you.
  • Restricted Hardware Pairing – Each Galaxy 950 is specifically linked with its Ground Control Station(s). The GCS of one Galaxy may not be used on a different Galaxy by accident or even on purpose. By design, the Galaxy prevents the use of unauthorized third-party devices.

Where are the autopilot and aircraft manufactured?

The Jupiter+ autopilot is manufactured in Taiwan, and the Galaxy 950 UAS is manufactured in Brisbane, Australia. Lidar units are made in the USA.

Ease of Use

Your field teams should be able to focus more on getting good data and less on aircraft operations. Pilots should not be required to be mechanical or aviation experts to operate an aircraft safely.

Operated via our long range 3-axis Joystick configured 900/868mhz Ground Control Station or a more conventional style RC 2.4ghz system, the platform is simple to control to our Jupiter+ autopilot system.

Experienced remote pilots often understand all aircraft operations within one hour.

If you can fly DJI aircraft, you can fly the Galaxy…

  • Simple ground control station
  • Autonomous take off & landing capability
  • Straightforward pre-flight and post-flight checklists
  • Waypoint missions
  • MAVlink compatibility for mission planning software

Simple field deployment…

  • One Tool – Assembly, disassembly and transport is a one-tool process that takes 15 minutes or less
  • Rugged Travel Case – Transport the Galaxy with its ground control station in a case that can be transported on any airline.
  • Compact Ground Control Station – Remain mobile while flying with a GCS that you can carry


Empty Weight: 8.2 kg (18 lbs)
Max Takeoff Weight: 23 kg (50.7 lbs)
Max Payload Recommended: 6 kg (13.2 lbs)
Battery Options: 12s (50 v):
16,000 mAh
22,000 mAh
30,000 mAh
Cruise Speed: 12 m/s (27 mph, 43 kmh)
Max Speed: 15 m/s (34 mph, 54 kmh)
Climb Rate: 4 m/s (9 mph, 14 kmh)
Descent Rate: 2 m/s (4.5 mph, 7 kmh)
Parachute Descent Rate: 6 m/s (13 mph, 22 kmh)
Main Rotor Diameter: 1980 mm (78″)
Tail Rotor Diameter: 210 mm (10″)
Length: 1800 mm (71″)
Height: 580 mm (23″)
Width: 550 mm (21.6″)

Parachute Integration

Drone Rescue Systems Parachute integration. Designed to protect payload. The Galaxy 950 has completed a successful testing programme of parachute deployment at various heights and payload weight.

Travel Case

The case houses the full Galaxy 950, Ground Control Station and assembly tools. Very rugged and able to be transported on commercial airlines.

No other single rotor on the market in this class has the ability to pack down this small and easily.

Box dimensions: 
Length – 132cm (52″)
Height – 42cm (16.5″)
Width – 52cm (20″)

Payload Versatility

Each system is customized to your needs and payload requirements to provide the best endurance and overall stability.

May Payload Weight: 6 kg (13.2 lbs)

Please ask about heavier payload potential

Example Payloads…

LiDAR, Thermal, Photogrammetry, Multispectral, Hyperspectral, and Multi-Sensor

Contact us to discuss other payload options.

INF Flight Planner

INF Flight Planner software is used to communicate with the autopilot to complete a flight or project. The software is based on the open source software Mission Planner that has been customized to work for our autopilot system. 

INF Flight Planner is designed to control all autonomous vehicles fitted with the Jupiter series autopilots. Calibration of the autopilot system is not possible through this software and must be done via separate software that connects directly to the autopilot hardware.

Custom GCS
Custom GCS

Key features

  • Custom wound main motor
  • Optional high accuracy GPS for photogrammetry applications
  • Interchangeable/dual payload
  • Direct brushless tail rotor
  • Integrated automatic parachute
  • Carbon fibre and cnc aluminium construction
  • 6 axis autonomous autopilot developed by INF
  • Extended height and duration models
  • Proven performer in many applications and conditions