LONGER FLYING TIME
A minimum of 50 minutes (1 hour under ideal conditions) of endurance guaranteed with 4.5 kg maximum take-off weight.
LONG RANGE MISSIONS
In fixed wing mode, the power consumption reduces up to 40% for an equivalent hovering system. Any mission that requires covering big areas, VALAQ will comply your strongest expectations.
VERTICAL TAKE OFF AND LANDING
You can take-off and land anywhere, just like a regular multirotor. Its unique software control will perform the transition from multirotor to aeroplane mode and viceversa completely assisted and automatic. No extra complex infrastructure needed. Just place the VALAQ to its VTOL position and let its software makes the whole work. Don't worry about windy conditions. The more windy is, the more efficient the take ofF and landing will be. With strong wind the wing will start to lift, what it means less energy will need to complete VTOL phases.
COMPLETELY AUTOMATIC AND ASSISTED
Don’t worry about anything, the VALAQ can perform any mission in full auto mode, just prepare the mission, arm and command start mission.
4G TELEMETRY GUARANTEED
Control will be assured and maintained by 3 continuing and redundant links: point to point, 3/4G, or Satellite linkage. The software will automatically select the best available link every second. All these parameters are customizable and pre-programable
|MTOW||4.5 kg MTOW||25 Kg MTOW||25 Kg MTOW|
|Autonomy||up to 1 hour endurance at the best conditions||3 hours endurance at 3kg payload available||Up to 3 hours flying time with 2kg payload|
|Pay Load||Up to 800 gr payload||Up to 10 kg payload||Up to 10 kg payload|
|Range||Up to 70 km||Up to 315km range (170NM)||Up to 315km range (170NM)|
|+ INFO||Technical PDF VALAQ-120||
Take Off and Landing on moving boats by vertical approach dynamic system
|Versions available||Patrol – Mapper – Delivery||
Patrol - Firefighting and Delivery versions
Fishing - Army - Customs and Marine Police or force corps.
SeaValaq version is planned to be developed in the aim it might take off and land on a vessel with an autonomous flight control, by means of a height detection system whilst keeping the vertical vector relative to vessel position.