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MouldTech Systems Ltd. – in cooperation with Budapest University of Technology and Stork Systems Ltd. – has developed a fixed-wing unmanned aerial vehicle for the primary application of airborne remote sensing and image processing.

The aircraft is designed to carry various camera devices and sensors at stable flight speeds of up to 12-15 m/s.

The aircraft is designed as a 3 metre wingspan bare-wing kite powered by a 1.5 kW electric-powered twin-bladed pusher motor.

Total battery capacity is 48000 mAh.


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Fixed wing drone

The fuselage of the machine contains a multifunctional payload system, which can accommodate a variety of devices, including customized ones. The chamber is 400 mm wide, 430 mm long and 120 mm high.

The aircraft has a gross weight in flight of 16,5 kg and a total permissible weight of 25 kg, i.e. 8,5 kg payload.

It currently flies at 24,8 kg, i.e. less than 20 decagrams of the total permissible weight.


The aircraft has an optimum working speed of 20-25 m/s, a flight time of more than 3 hours and a range of 250 kilometres.

It can take off with a rubber cord-operated gate and land with a parachute or on its belly.