Arcturus UAV is showcasing two of its unmanned aircraft systems, the T-20 and the JUMP-20 at the ongoing event.
The company’s T-Series catapult launch UAVs, which are used extensively in the US and Mexico, deliver great payload capacity and endurance in a rugged, deployment proven airframe.
Manufactured primarily of carbon fiber, the monocoque design provides a strong cavernous fuselage for integration of oversized payloads. “It takes fits inside a small case and is pretty handy,” said Philip Mahill, Company Vice President, Business Development.
“You can fly between 18 and 20 hours, which is nearly double that of any other same class UAS.” The JUMP 20, which does not require any launch system or runway, is the first fixed wing UAV capable of vertical takeoff and landing. is required. The aircraft are constructed similarly to T-Series catapult aircraft and offer the same volumetric payload capacity as the T-series. The JUMP aircraft can be converted to catapult launch with a simple wing change.
“It is an extremely capable aircraft and very easy to use,” said Mahill. “It has been in Mexico since 2016.”
“We have the most reliable UAV in the market,” added Mahill. “The engine is extremely reliable and easy to maintain. We are definitely growing in Latin America; The market here is growing as well. We do have customers in Asia and other regions, as well as inside the US government.
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