VTOL Vertical Takeoff and Landing


Max. take-off weight 24kg
Operating weight 21.5kg
Stall speed 17m/s
Cruising speed 21m/s
Max climb angle 15°
Max climb speed 5.6m/s
Max descent angle 25°
Max descent speed 9.6m/s
Application inspection, mapping, survey
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VTOL stands for “Vertical Takeoff and Landing.” It refers to the capability of an aircraft to ascend into the air and descend to the ground vertically,

without requiring a runway. This is in contrast to conventional fixed-wing aircraft, which need a runway for takeoff and landing.

UAV aircraft include helicopters, tiltrotor aircraft, and certain types of drones that can hover, take off, and land vertically.

The ability to perform vertical takeoffs and landings allows VTOL aircraft to operate in confined spaces and areas where traditional runways are not available.


– Our Main Solutions

1. Mapping, surveying, and 3D modeling

2. Surveillance
3. Inspection
4. Delivery
5. Customization according to application and client’s requirements

– Redundant airspeed measurement system
Adopt latest DLVR air speedometer and SKYE intelligent airspeed sensor for high-precision airspeed measuring.

The integrated heating system can automatically heat according to the ambient temperature and humidity,

avoiding data errors caused by pitot tubes freezing, and greatly improving the aircraft’s reliability.

ESC Telemetry, increasing flight stability and safety
Real-time monitoring the working status of motor and ESC, including the temperature of the ESC, the voltage,

current, and RPM of the motors to ensure flight safety; Adopting notch filtering technology, filter out shakes and noises to ensure the best effect of PID tuning.

Dual GPS differential design

Improve positioning accuracy, anti-interference ability and flight stability. No need for compass calibration.

VTOL/Fixedwing carbon fiber propellers
Better dynamic balance, reducing resonance and vibration.

Advanced aerodynamic design
The curved design of VTOL arm greatly reduces resistance during the flight; the upturned tail wing is designed to reduce induced drag from the tail airflow; the long, narrow fuselage and T-tail design ensure a large climb and descent angle.