Aeronautics Group launches the Trojan – a one-of-a-kind system, which bridges the hole between the necessity to hover and the necessity to attain lengthy ranges on 6 June. The brand new Unmanned Hover Aircraft (UHP) class is a game-changer, because of its capability to carry out aerial missions with pinpoint precision. It has been developed to supply the power to function at prolonged ranges and in a hover flight profile when required. Trojan had been developed following a company-led evaluation of the long run battlefield that coincided with suggestions from operators, which highlighted a number of widespread necessities that would not be met by current applied sciences.

The Trojan capabilities assist difficult operational missions whereas concurrently performing point-to-multipoint Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR), thereby creating an answer for versatile and dynamic environments, and attaining Huge-Space-Persistent-Surveillance (WAPS). The system’s multi-platform structure makes use of a number of sensors, along with superior analytics capabilities, to make sure correct, dependable, real-time situational consciousness. The system’s can function out to 150 km and has an endurance of two.5 hours, which Perry mentioned might be achieved when carrying its most payload of 12 kg.


Aeronautics Group Trojan Unmanned Hover Aircraft (UHP)

Aeronautics Group is a world main producer of protection options based mostly on Unmanned Aerial Techniques and superior ISTAR techniques. Aeronautics Group owned by Rafael Superior Protection Techniques Ltd and Mr. Avichay Stolero. Aeronautics Group in-house vertical integration capabilities facilitate speedy supply of tailor-made turnkey options to its clients. Since its institution in 1997, the Firm’s merchandise have been delivered and efficiently deployed by over 70 protection, navy and homeland safety forces on 5 continents. Aeronautics Group presents a ‘one-stop store’ for cost-effective options for protection, HLS and border safety missions.

With Aeronautics Group confirmed experience within the area of unmanned aerial techniques, we provide full options based mostly on vertically built-in subsystems developed and produced in-house. The corporate mature and combat-proven operational techniques embody: Orbiter 1K Mini-UAS (MUAS), Orbiter 2 Small-UAS (SUAS), Orbiter 3 Small Tactical UAS (STUAS), Orbiter 4 Small Tactical UAS (STUAS), Aerostar Tactical UAS (TUAS), Dominator XP (MALE UAS) and Skystar Aerostats. The Orbiter household, evolving since 2005, contains various electrically powered Mini UAS and Small Tactical UAS variants, designed for prime efficiency, operational versatility, uncompromising reliability and robustness.

Aeronautics Group Trojan Unmanned Hover Plane (UHP)
Aeronautics Group Trojan Unmanned Hover Aircraft (UHP)