VTOL Aircraft



The VTOL is a Vertical Take_Off Landing aircraft.

NG VTOL combines the best of helicopters and fixed-wing planes. They can take off and land vertically, eliminating the need for runways. This versatility makes them ideal for military missions, search and rescue operations, and rapid transportation, bridging the gap between air and ground mobility.


NG VTOL can operate from various platforms, such as helidecks on buildings, small landing pads, or even open fields.

Boasts of a robust payload capacity of 16 kg.

Achieves hovering through sophisticated flight control systems that balance thrust and weight.

Incorporates advanced propulsion redundancy systems specifically designed for cruise mode.

Showcases an impressive capability for rapid deployment, enabling it to go from a standstill to full operational readiness in less than 15 minutes.

Technical Specifications

Number of motors for VTOL 3
Number of motors for cruise 2
Wingspan 4.3 m
Fuselage length 1.7 m
Propulsion Type Electric
Duration 3 hours
Navigation/Stabilization IMU GPS
Maximum takeoff weight 17 Kg
Control Fully autonomous
Day Camera Type: HD
FOV: 54° to 4°(2°DFOV)
Night Camera Type: LWIR 512x640 12μ 30/60 Hz
FOV: Optical Continuous 30° to 5.8° (3.5°DFOV)
Gimbal Field of Regard:-- Pan: Continuous 360° Tilt: +90°to-110°
Stabilization: < 80 μ rad
Communication Control-RS232, Ethernet
Video out - 10/100 BASE-T Ethernet PHY.
UDP, TCP, and RTSP connectivity, unicast, multicast
Video Output H.264/H.265/MPEG4/M-JPEG encoding, MPEG2 TS/RTP encapsulation
Video Tracker Yes
Dimensions Diameter: 140mm
Height: 172mm
Weight: 1350 g
Operating Voltage: 12-24 V
Electronics Power Consumption: 11W average/25W Max