EQQ Unmanned Aerial Vehicle


One Vehicle Multiple Applications



Unmanned aerial, ground and marine vehicles could be the next generation for military, civil and commercial applications.

Due to intense activities in the unmanned vehicle industry and the growing demand of unmanned vehicles needed for numerous

multiple platforms, it allows the industry to focus on developing unmanned vehicles that vary in size, payload capacity and to be

used for diverse missions.  

Understanding the present demand for a range of applications and diversities, Eqquera Inc., innovated and is researching and
developing Unmanned Aerial Vehicle capable of carrying various payloads and engaging in multiple missions from protecting
environment to combat missions. The project is called  "Mother Hen and Friendly Chicks"



The Main Unmanned Vehicle "SG-EQQ" (Mother Hen) is equipped with a system that the Sub Vehicle "SG-EQQ 240" (Chicks) would be

ejected. The sub vehicles would operate autonomously while communicating with the Main Vehicle and base station

via satellite communication technology.


The SG-EQQ 240 Sub Vehicles would be designed to carry out various missions without major modifications to the outer shell,

except the interior of the vehicle designed for specific mission. The SG-EQQ Main Vehicle will be designed to run with turbines.

The SG-EQQ 240 Sub Vehicle will be designed to operate with propellers and hoover technology that can hover, takeoff and land vertically.


Our Focus

EQQ Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Project "Mother Hen and Friendly Chicks" is directly focused on developing unmanned aerial vehicles

to be used in complex and remote areas of the Arctic region to collect data to close the existing gap of knowledge to protect the Arctic environment,

and wildfires occurring in other regions, more.......


SG-EQQ Unmanned Vehicle Capabilities


Collect scientific data from the atmosphere, surface, and beneath the surface of the ice

Monitor the change of climate, weather patterns, and sea-ice melting

Measure air quality, methane, carbon dioxide and other gases

Observe wildlife, ecosystem, and marine environment

Surveillance, patrolling, securing borders, and transporting goods

Arctic drilling for core ice samples needed for scientific research

Pipe line inspection

Observe and clean up  oil spills

Combat wildfires, including Arctic wildfires

Transport goods

Military missions









See Us

AUVSI 2014


Mother Hen & Friendly Chicks


12-15 May 2014

Orlando FLorida USA








AUVSI 2013
Washington, DC. USA


Concept ModeL -Scale 1/5

Characteristics of the EQQ - UAV

Approximate Length: 48 feet

Wingspan: 38 feet



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Oil spills and Cleanup Method in the Arctic


All studies, documents and experts emphasize that offshore oil and gas activities could cause large oil spills and create major environmental disasters in the Arctic that would affect marine mammals and wildlife in the region. This threat will further be amplified due to inadequate technology and infrastructure facilities to clean up oil spills in frozen sea ice.  Subzero temperatures, high winds, poor visibility conditions will influence the clean up method, especially during the winter.

EQQUERA’s Unmanned Aerial Vehicle and Sub Vehicles concept is designed to deploy the Sub UAV’s that can contain and clean up oil spills, also capable of collecting and transporting the oil to larger tanks or ships.

This method would be carried out by, the mother vehicle ejecting sub vehicles to the effected area, that the sub vehicles would release inflatable booms and carry out the clean up operation.



32nd International Conference

Ocean, Offshore and Arctic Engineering Nantes, France

from June 9-14, 2013

Oral Presentation







Oil-spills clean up method in Arctic
























Image credit to geog.ucsb.edu



SG EQQ UAV and techniques to combat wildfires
including Arctic wildfires more.....






2011-2012 Participations and Presentations




ASM2012 -

The Westin Bayshore

Vancouver, BC Canada

11-14 December, 2012




Unmanned Systems North America

Las Vegas, USA

August, 2012

Booth No 4427

AUVSI Israel 2012

Tel Aviv Israel

March, 2012

Speaker Presentation
Paper Accepted

Wildland Fire 2012

Human Dimensions of wildland fire

seattle washington usa

april 2012

Speaker Presentation


AUVSI 2011

unmanned systems north america

washington, dc, USA

August - 2012

Booth 1649

Unmanned System Canada 2011

halifax, nova scotia, canada

november - 2011

Speaker Presentation




Canadian logo AUVSI Bronze    



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