Tactical Robotics AirMule

 

The fundamental enabling technologies of the aircraft (lift and control) were developed by Urban Aeronautics Limited. Tactical Robotics was responsible for the design and development of the flying prototype.

 

Control is provided by a vane control system consisting of 50 vanes mounted at the inlet and exit of each lift fan.

 

 

Attribution

Attribution
Overview
Parent type *No Type assigned
Variant *No Variant assigned
Design authority Tactical Robotics Ltd.
Primary manufacturer Tactical Robotics Ltd.
Key Characteristics
Operational status In development
Max gross weight (ground) 1,678 kg 3,700 lb
Crew 0
Seating arrangement Not applicable
Configuration
VTOL type Other
Compound type Thrust
Lift configuration Other
Control device type Other
Features
Number of engines 1
Number of propulsors 2
Number of lift devices 2
Number of control devices 200
Milestones associated with the Tactical Robotics AirMule
2015 First untethered, autonomous flight of Tactical Robotics AirMule/Cormorant

Tactical Robotics AirMule

 

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