Our in-house research and development capability and leading international partnerships have enabled us to deliver next-generation unmanned systems. These systems are capable of operating in extreme conditions and performing functions like monitoring and surveillance. As we prepare for an increasingly autonomous tomorrow, we aspire to continuously innovate, integrate, and develop our own products and capabilities.
A light unmanned aircraft designed to carry payloads of approximately 100 KG with an endurance of six hours and 150 KM range.
The helicopter is designed for surveillance capabilities – allowing militaries to save manned helicopters for critical missions. It is built with a low-consumption fuel engine.
Our advanced Aerostat UAV is a high-endurance, airborne monitoring system that can carry an EO/IR sensor up to heights of 1,500 feet above sea level. It can also stay deployed for over a week at a time, subject to local weather conditions. The aerostat is ideal for monitoring areas in which ground-based surveillance is rendered ineffective by domain obstructions, or where manned aerial surveillance is deemed too costly.
RW-24 – HIGH PRECISION LOITERING UAV
RW-24 is a fully automated and very effective high-speed UAV technology, capable of precise and long-range missions. Operating from shallow to near-vertical attack angles with multiple abort and re-attack capabilities, it enables rapid reaction to threats, along with long mission endurance and large payload capability.
AL SABR S-100
We have 10+ years of experience in operating and providing after-sales support to Al Sabr systems. This includes honing skills, training pilots, and deploying the Al Sabr UAV in day-to-day operations, from systems and payload integration to maintenance and logistics. Our support is critical in keeping the VTOL Al Sabr UAVs in the air for over 4,000+ hours a year.
Our GCS 300 shelter can be used for transporting, storing, operating, and maintaining UAVs in the field. Designed to operate at extreme temperatures, this robust product can be transported by road, rail, sea, and air, including C-130 and C-17 aircraft. On the ground, it expands into a full 6.1m x 5.8m technical and control hub with all the features, infrastructure, and equipment needed for frontline drone operations.
SDO 50 V2 VTOL
Our VTOL (Vertical Take Oﬀ and Landing) SDO 50 V2 is a multi-purpose, unmanned helicopter system, that can be operated within or beyond visual line of sight. The unique design features of the SDO 50 V2 provide a superior payload capacity, long-endurance, stable ﬂight patterns and a high degree of safety features.
An integrated autopilot system allows autonomous take-oﬀ and landing procedures as well as autonomous ﬂight patterns.
The SDO 50 V2 uses the powerful construction principle of intermeshing rotors (going back to Anton Flettner).
It functions through a set of two rotors turning in opposite directions with each rotor mast mounted with a slight angle to the other so that the blades intermesh without colliding. The arrangement also allows the helicopter to function without a tail rotor, which saves additional power.
As a result, the SDO 50 V2 currently is the only ﬂying UAV in the market which is capable to lift more payload than its own empty weight.