A TRUE FLIGHT EXPERIENCE
At MotionPilot, our goal is to enable you to live and capture incredible flight experiences. Our controller and drone have been designed with performance and ease of use in mind. To achieve it, we are introducing a game changing way to interact with drones in a compact and powerful device.
Introducing Motion Control
Vector is introducing motion control to the world of First Person View. As you press on the arm button, Vector precisely tracks the attitude of your hand in space. Each of the three control axis - yaw, pitch and roll – can be controlled. The result is an intuitive and immersive piloting experience while zipping through the air.
Long Range Carbon Protocol
Flying a drone requires a radio link that works in every situation. For Vector, we started from a blank sheet. We are using state-of-the-art technology for the Carbon protocol. The result is a strong and reliable link up to 1km.
User Interface Tailored for FPV
The Vector user interface is designed for FPV. Throttle is precisely controlled using the trigger. The main button allows to arm your drone quickly while the mode button will swipe through user selectable flight modes.
PACKED WITH FEATURES
The receiver outputs a standard SBUS signal that can be wired to any compatible flight controller.
Carbon protocol gives great responsiveness while piloting with only 10ms over the air latency.
With Vector’s innovative and sturdy design, you pilot comfortably and carry the remote safely everywhere with you.
Vector can store multiple aircrafts in memory if you own more than one drone.
It was hilarious to feel like an absolute noob flying my own quad, but I quickly got the hang of it and was doing flips, rolls and doing proximity within the first pack. Very impressed with the finish and how well it works, I believe that something like this is going to be the easiest for people to get into flying FPV, because you breeze through the learning of coordinated moves on the sticks. Moving your hand is way simpler than learning what the different stick movements do.