- POWER**: The Picoflyer is powered by three electric motors and a magnetically attached battery, commanded by a handheld dual-joystick transmitter.
- CONTROL: Spinning both rotors faster causes the helo to lift upward; adjusting the speed of only one makes it rotate left or right. Engaging the rear prop drives it forward or backward.
- STABILITY: The rings surrounding the blades aid stability by keeping the rotors spinning in a fixed plane.
Even with international protections, the Galápagos Islands are becoming more vulnerable to humans