Aeronautics Reveals the Orbiter 4

The Orbiter 4 (still in the development stage) has maximum endurance of more than 24 hours and the capability to carry and operate two different payloads simultaneously

The Orbiter 3

Aeronautics LTD will soon launch a new Unmanned Aerial System platform – Orbiter 4. The development of the Orbiter 4 has recently reached its final steps, and the new platform is expected to be fully introduced and launched toward the end of 2016.

The Orbiter 4 is based on the aerodynamic structure and properties of the Orbiter 3 – Aeronautics’ Renowned small tactical unmanned aerial vehicle. Orbiter 4 abilities include maximum endurance of more than 24 hours, and a multi mission ability, based on the Orbiter 4 capability to carry and operate two different payloads simultaneously. Its other features include maximum takeoff weight of 50 KG, maximum flight attitude of 18,000 feet and 250 KM line of sight range.

According to Amos Mathan, Aeronautics' CEO: "Aeronautics will continue to be at the forefront of technology, and together with our subsidiaries, the Aeronautics group will continue to provide solutions for the most advanced Defense and HLS missions. Our products are deployed by more than 50 different defense and security forces worldwide, and have already accumulated hundreds of thousands of operational flight hours. We are pleased to participate and present our cutting edge products at Eurosatory 2016."

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