Wind 8 sporting an 8-armed octocopter platform for superior control and redundancy.
What are it made of? It is made of light-weight and compact industrial material that is capable of resisting up to 5-grade wind. It can also quite easily adapt to temperatures ranging from -10°C to 50°C.
Wind 8 use the impressive DJI MG-12000 batteries. They are housed in a protective shell and dampers, thus making the cables well protected for safety and reliability. The battery also offers a more stable voltage, and thus extends the lifespan.
The Wind 8 also comes with extendable legs. These allow for large payloads to be added underneath, as well as allowing it to carry dual cameras. Its shell is easily adaptable and customisable, thus making it one of the finest bespoke units on the market.
The Wind Series comes with an incredibly impressive IP56 rating, thus making it one of the best drones for weather resistance. The IP56 rating essentially means it is incredibly tolerant to extreme weather conditions, from freezing temperatures to high winds.
Police Scotland recently acquired the Wind 8 due to its impressive IP rating. With the harsh conditions of the Scottish mountains and landscape, therefore the weather resistance qualities of the Wind 8 makes it an ideal option for them.