SplashDrone NZ Commercial Solutions

SplashDrone 4 is the ultimate marine drone designed to extend the capabilities of your UAV operations. Talk to our experts today to understand how SD4 can help you business. 

A New Benchmark For Marine Drones

IP67 Water Resistant Body

IP66 Waterporoof Remote Contoller

Up To 3km Image Transmission

Automatic Power Flip

Up To 2kg Payload Capacity

Up To 30 Min Flight Time

Slide-in Smart Battery

Dynamic Return To Pilot


According to PDP’s environmental science service leader, Ed Clayton, “PDP estimates the use of a drone will reduce operating costs associated with sampling by up to 30 per cent when compared with traditional methods.
“It has the additional benefit of keeping staff safe as they do not have to work from a vessel when water conditions can be stormy and hazardous”.

Using the drone will improve the accuracy of Safeswim’s water quality predictions and allow Aucklanders to make the most of their beaches.



Surf Rescue and Coast Guard clubs have been using SplashDrones for dropping the life buoyancy aids on drowning patients. 

SplashDrone is easy to use, water-resistant has high wind tolerance which makes it an ideal drone for any weather. 

With the help of a 4K Camera, Life Guards can easily navigate their way toward the waters and using accessories like RESTUBE which are lightweight and easy to store, drop the buoyancy aid right on top of drowning patients with precision. 



“An Eye In The Sky” as Sean Brandon from RDM Roof Design and Management calls it. 

The Health and Safety at Work Act 2015 (HSWA) has made all of us even more aware of our safety and wellbeing obligations to our teams, our customers and ourselves. With this in mind – and in the wake of knee replacement surgery – I was looking for ways in which I could reduce my risk, improve my work practices, and (ideally) improve my service to residential and commercial clients.

The first drone was a Splash Drone – and the benefits for myself and my clients were immediate. Spotting obvious faults and checking the roof condition became easier and more time efficient. Customers could have “before and after” photos without putting themselves (or anyone else) at risk. Roofs which previously had been inaccessible due to their height and/or pitch were no longer “out of bounds”.


A marine life research group named Murcru (Murdoch University Cetacean Research Unit) developed a project using splash drone to monitor the health condition of baleen whales along the west coast of Australia.

Using conventional ships for research may seriously affect the body condition of whales and other marine mammals. The researchers came up with the idea of flying drones to watch the whales from above without any invasion. Splash drone was picked by them for its water-resistant advantage. The drone photo helps the researcher easily asses the body measurement of whales and figure out other data as well.