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The SPYRO system consists of the air vehicle and a ground station with the software for mission planning and flight control, together with a telemetry system. The radio control transmitter can be handheld, laptop or mounted inside a control room. The SPYRO can be flown manually or autonomously by either 1 or 2 people depending on the task. All types of GCS show the downlink video in real time (with recording) plus follow the air vehicle route on a map. SPYRO has been developed for advanced missions with high demands in payload and flight stability. Its low-noise operation capability easily merges with critical operational scenarios. Compatible with our ultra- light carbon gyro-stabilized gimbal, users have full free of movement


  • Deployment VTOL (Vertical Take-off and Landing

  • Structure of carbon fibre

  • Engine – 4 or 8 Electrical Water proof engines

  • CFD ultra low noise propellers

  • 100A high speed brushless controllers

  • Autopilot black box

  • Protection Degree: IP54


  • Wingspread: approx. 1131 mm

  • (1830 mm including propellers)

  • Height: 540 mm

  • MTOW: (see charts below)

  • Payload: 4kg (Spyro4), 7kg (Spyro8)


  • Bidirectional datalink with 8km range LOS

  • Up to 3 Km in Manual Mode, Up to 8 Km in Autonomous Navigation (range can be extended with a specific upgrade)

  • Flight time limit & Wind Limit: (see charts below)

  • Maximum speed: 55 Km/h (Spyro4), 65 km/h (Spyro8)

  • Service Ceiling: 1000 m

  • Operational Temperature -10 to 50oC

  • Communications: 2.4Ghz/868Mhz/5.8Ghz

  • Power Source Intelligent LiPo battery

  • Crew 1 or 2 personnel depending on task.

  • IMU Custom designed (15+ sensors)

  • GPS capability WAAS, EGNOS, MSAS, GAGAN capable

  • Take-off and landing: Automatic

  • Autonomous Navigation – The system is equipped with an AHRS (Attitude and Heading Reference System), which provides 3D orientation by integrating gyroscopes, accelerometer, magnetometer, barometer and GPS data processed using kalman filters that provides a precise and resilient navigation.

  • In autonomous mode – UAV flights autonomously fulfilling the mission established by GCS with definitions of: o Waypoints o Route (the system defines automatically the sequence of way points) o Area (the system defines automatically the optimal route to cover the defined area)


  • Standard Gimbal with Day Camera and Thermal

  • Standard open Gimbal


  • Geiger Radiation Sensor

  • Multiple Gas Sensors

  • RFID Scanner

  • Target Lock-on System

  • Search Light

  • LIDAR System

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