ModalAI launches a unique Unmanned aerial vehicle: VOXL 2 Mini!

ModalAI, Inc. has just launched the latest innovation in unmanned aerial vehicle technology – the VOXL 2 Mini. This unique device is designed to revolutionize drone operations and bring smarter and safer flight capabilities.

The VOXL 2 Mini is smaller than its predecessor with a 30% reduction in area, measuring only 42mm x 42mm. Yet it packs a powerful punch in terms of autonomy, communication, and power management.

ModalAI VOXL 2 Mini – A compact unmanned aerial vehicle

One of the standout features of the VOXL 2 Mini is its compact size and lightweight design. Weighing in at a mere 11 grams, this device is crucial for drones, which must fight against gravity during flight. Despite its size, the VOXL 2 Mini boasts impressive autonomous AI and computing capabilities with the VOXL SDK, the same technology as the Blue UAS Framework 2.0 VOXL 2.

Industry-standard Frame Mount

Another great feature of the VOXL 2 Mini is its industry-standard 30.5mm x 30.5mm frame mount. This feature provides autonomy to any unmanned aerial vehicle, making it compatible with various UAV designs. The new VOXL 2 Mini is available to order starting today, beginning from $1,169.99.

ModalAI's VOXL 2 Mini Unmanned Aerial Vehicle

ModalAI’s VOXL 2 Mini Unmanned Aerial Vehicle

Powerful Computing Capabilities

  • VOXL 2 Mini is powered by the same technology as the VOXL 2. The VOXL 2 Mini features the Qualcomm QRB5165 with 8 cores up to 3.091GHz. It has four MIPI-CSI image sensor inputs, pre-configured accessories for WiFi, 4G/5G, and Microhard connectivity.
  • Despite being as small as an Oreo cookie, this device’s computing power is impressive. The VOXL 2 Mini also features a new 5.8g VOXL ESC Mini. It comes with an integrated power management system (APM) and closed or open loop RPM control with feedback.
  • It leverages the same image sensors as VOXL 2 for state of the art computer vision performance. All of these features enable obstacle avoidance, obstacle detection, and GPS-denied navigation.


Developers can take advantage of the VOXL SDK to create, validate, test, and integrate their autonomous flight software into their small UAV solutions. The VOXL 2 Mini is an ideal development platform for industry problem solvers. It has an open software and compatibility with popular development tools such as PX4, ROS 2, Open CV, Open CL, and TensorFlow Lite.

Game-changer in the Unmanned aerial vehicle Industry

With the VOXL 2 Mini, ModalAI is providing smaller unmanned aerial vehicles with the same advanced technology and computing capabilities as their larger counterparts. The VOXL 2 Mini’s combination of developer-friendly, open software, and hardware design makes it easy to upgrade the smallest UAV designs. It has a a 30.5 mm x 30.5 mm industry-standard mount. The VOXL 2 Mini is poised to be a game-changer in the drone autopilot industry.

VOXL 2 Mini - A Game Changer in Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Technology

VOXL 2 Mini – A Game Changer in Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Technology

Excitement from the CEO

Chad Sweet, CEO, and co-founder of ModalAI, Inc. expressed his excitement about the new unmanned aerial vehicle. He said “VOXL 2 Mini is only 11 grams and delivers the same performance as its VOXL 2 predecessor in a smaller form factor, ideal for the next generation of smaller, smarter, and safer aerial vehicles.”

In Conclusion

The VOXL 2 Mini is a significant breakthrough in autopilot aerial vehicle technology. It is sure to captivate the eyes of the masses with its compact size and lightweight design, industry-standard frame mount, and powerful computing capabilities.

With the VOXL 2 Mini, ModalAI is opening up opportunities for the development of smaller, smarter, and safer drones. The unmanned aerial vehicle industry will never be the same with the introduction of the VOXL 2 Mini.


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