UNRIVALED PAYLOAD TO WEIGHT RATIO
RELIABILITY BEYOND EXPECTATIONS
This highly advanced drone boasts an impressive 10,000+ flight hours, allowing users to fly with peace of mind. The ALT6 also features a built-in ballistic parachute, providing an extra layer of safety for every flight.
The ALT6-8 VTOL can take off vertically from a 4X4 area, transition for forward flight of 100km/h and cover over 100km. An incredibly versatile drone, designed to fly in all weather conditions. It is IP55 water proof and can withstand wind speeds of up to 16m/s.
DOUBLE POWER REDUNDANCY
Equipped with six powerful rotors the ALTA6-8 features a no single point of failure design, meaning that it can keep flying even if one of it's rotor arms fails. The ideal choice for mission critical operations.
SUPERIOR MATERIAL AND BUILD QUALITY
Our drones are designed to be lightweight and durable, with a carbon fiber reinforced structure and smooth fiberglass fuselage. The drones also feature foam extremities that allow for low cost maintenance and higher durability.
UNEQUALED PAYLOAD CAPACITY AND VOLUME
Unique patent pending motor configuration allows for could double redundancy while having the highest payload to weight ratio of its class.
Internal Payload Volume
Total Take of Weight
UNLIMITED SENSOR INTEGRATION
Large payload bay and ground clearance allows for integration of multiple payloads at the same time.
Pan and Tilt
GPS denied Navigation
Redundant Airspeed sensors
Triple Redundant Coms
Redundant IMU and Gyros
Detect and Avoid Sensors
SURVEILANCE AND PATROL
VTOL drones with high-resolution cameras are used for remote surveillance. They monitor hard-to-reach areas for a variety of purposes such as border surveillance, wildlife tracking, and infrastructure monitoring. The drones' maneuverability makes them efficient for this task, and they provide valuable data for research and analysis. The use of VTOL drones for remote surveillance is an effective and efficient way to gather important data
VTOL drones have revolutionized emergency response efforts, allowing for swift and efficient aid delivery to remote areas. They maneuver well in tight spaces and can transport essential items, reducing response time and risks to human rescuers. Overall, they provide a faster, safer, and more effective response to disaster relief efforts.
VTOL drones equipped with advanced sensors create detailed 3D models of terrain for land surveying, urban planning, and environmental monitoring. They access hard-to-reach areas for mapping remote terrain and disaster areas. The use of VTOL drones has transformed mapping and surveying, providing faster and more accurate results.
VTOL drones are being used for middle-mile delivery in cities due to their ability to navigate congested areas and reduce traffic congestion. They also deliver to hard-to-reach areas.
One platform, unlimited applications
Monitor and track endangered or rare species in Central and Southern America, collecting data and helping with conservation efforts.
Assist law enforcement in detecting and tracking illegal activities such as drug smuggling or human trafficking along borders and in remote areas.
Forest fire detection and management:
Monitor forests for early signs of fires and assist firefighting efforts by providing real-time data.
Assist in tracking and monitoring poaching activities, helping to protect endangered species and ecosystems.
Map out geological features and natural resources, aiding in exploration and resource management.
Air quality monitoring:
Collect air quality data to support environmental research and inform pollution control policies.
Volcanic activity monitoring:
Observe and track volcanic activity to improve hazard assessment and early warning systems.
Map out forests, coastlines, and other natural areas, helping with environmental preservation, disaster management, and scientific research.
Survey and map out archaeological sites, helping researchers to study ancient civilizations and uncover lost artifacts.
Inspect and maintain critical infrastructure such as bridges, dams, and power lines, reducing the need for manual inspections.
Collect atmospheric data and monitor weather patterns to improve weather forecasting and climate research.
Create unique and eye-catching aerial advertisements for businesses and events.
Surveillance and security:
Provide aerial surveillance for private properties, events, or public spaces to enhance security.
Monitoring construction for regulatory compliance, identifying violations, and ensuring adherence to approved plans, promoting transparency and preserving urban planning objectives.
Monitor crops for disease, pest infestations, or other issues, allowing for more efficient and sustainable farming practices.
Deliver emergency supplies, perform search and rescue operations, and assess damage in disaster-stricken areas.
Aerial photography and filmmaking:
Capture aerial footage for documentaries, movies, or promotional materials.
Deploy temporary communication infrastructure during emergencies or for remote events, like music festivals or sporting events.
Monitor and analyze traffic patterns, helping to optimize transportation systems and reduce congestion.
Assist in reforestation efforts by aerially seeding tree saplings in deforested or degraded areas.
survey surrounding waters for defense or fishing purposes by providing real-time aerial imagery, detecting potential threats or marine life, and enhancing situational awareness.