We believe in solving serious problems around the world with the use of unmanned systems and we believe in doing this by building the best, most advanced vertical take-off and landing fixed wing aircraft on the market today.
The ALTl Transition is a class leading unmanned VTOL hybrid aircraft, developed as an ultra compact efficient and affordable fixed wing system with the ability to take-off and land vertically, almost anywhere.
With endurance of up to 12 hours and unmatched real world performance, the Transition is leading the next generation of advanced unmanned aircraft. taking our clients further than ever possible before.
Various Transition builds are available, airframe only to complete ready to fly systems, Our flagship long endurance fuel powered Transition 'F' is configured to our client's exact specifications, including advanced ground control systems, image sensors, payloads, custom integration, training and technical support.
The Transition is made from the highest-grade materials, to the highest standards, using unique propitiatory techniques. A highly advanced aerodynamic design allows for low stall speeds, efficient cruise with very low drag, excellent stability and an incredibly low weight at only 5.6kg for the entire airframe.
The airframe is completely modular and can be rapidly deployed from in the case to in the air in under 10 minutes with only two operators required, this along with zero need for a runway or heavy and expensive catapult systems, provides a quicker and safer operation, anywhere, any time.
The Transition is designed as a hybrid system allowing for a combination of multi rotor flight and traditional fixed wing flight, the practicality of multi rotor flight for take-off and landing, with the efficiency, range and endurance of a fixed wing aircraft.
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The incorporation of VTOL technology into the fixed wing system allows the Transition to take-off and land in confined spaces in a very short time, offering massive advantages over traditional systems as well as a lower impact and stress on the aircraft with long term use, usually associated with catapult launchers and hard and unpredictable parachute landings