Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) are aerial systems capable of performing various tasks independently or under the remote control of a human operator. UAVs have become indispensable elements of modern combat fields due to the increasing complexity and strategical importance of war systems with the developing technology.
With features that meet the needs of modern armies, QUAV is a Sub-Cloud Autonomous UAV that can perform joint operations with all unmanned systems with its vertical landing and take-off capability, fully autonomous mission capability, modular architecture that allows the integration of different payloads and many more superior features.
The QUAV is a fixed-wing Sub-Cloud Autonomous Aircraft that can take off and land vertically. The system, which is powered by a gas engine during horizontal cruise, is supported by electric motors in vertical takeoff and landing.
Capable of performing missions up to 15,000 feet, the QUAV can stay in the air for up to 6 hours with a gas engine (up to 2 hours with an electric motor), and offers a range of up to 50 miles. In addition, the QUAV has a payload capacity of 11 lb. The QUAV has a wingspan of 12 ft. The system is designed to be easily installed by two people and operated by one person. The QUAV can be ready for mission within minutes.
Tracking, Detection and Area Protection
Coastal and Border Security
Inspection of Energy Transmission and Oil- Gas Lines
Anti-Smuggling and Anti-Terrorism
Narcotic Plant Detection
Residential Thermal Measurement
Forest Fire Management
Environmental Pollution Detection