The company was established in 2015. Initially, the founders wanted to solve the local healthcare problem in Poland. The first UAV designed in Spectre Solutions was fixed-wing construction with VTOL capabilities. It was designed to bring defibrillators to potential crash sites in lodzkie voivodeship in central Poland. During this time highway infrastructure in Poland was still under construction and ambulances had a problem with quick on crash site arrival. The idea founders had was to send defibrillator-equipped UAV to potential crash sites as quickly as possible (before medical services arrival) so car accident victims can be kept alive. The first model was finished and shown in 2016 during Dron Show in Rzeszow (Poland) and the Warsaw Industry Week show. It was recognized during Kogres 590 show and was shown on the President of Poland’s official website after the expo.
After tests company revised the model, acquired EU funding, and started working together with Warsaw University of Technology. The project started in 2018 and allowed the company to fundamentally revise its business strategy for the UAV industry. In 2019 company entered a partnership with UAvionics – a leading polish company that produced UAVs for a variety of missions. Initial tests of the revised model were conducted in early 2020. The finished revised model called Spectre-1 was finished in August 2021. A new revised model was shown during the MSPO fair (Military exhibition in Kielce, Poland), Defence Conference in Poland. In late autumn of 2021 Spectre-1 was also presented on the Gitex show where he received a good response. In 2021 Company received funding for a second R&D project called “Grim Reaper”. This project involves Spectre-1 UAV for constant highway traffic patrolling (mobile speed camera). The project is being built in cooperation with Cezamat Institute, Warsaw University of Technology, and the National Institute of Telecommunications.