Autonomous Cargo UAVs
Aergility ATLIS CARGO UAV
|Max Speed, Vh||115 mph||185 kmh|
|Cruise Speed, Vh||100 mph||160 kmh|
|Range*||200-600 mi||320-960 kmh|
|Takeoff/Landing Distance||0 (vertical)|
|Gross Takeoff Weight||800 lbs||363 kg|
|Empty Weight||400 lbs||181 kg|
|Useful Load*||250-350 lbs||113-159 kg|
* Payload of 400 lbs gives useful load/range of 350 lbs/200 mi to 250 lbs/600 mi
Dual Communication Buses
Controller Safety-Constrained Flight Envelope
Autonomous delivery, straight to the point-of-need
Longest multirotor range in the world
Lowest operating cost of any aerial cargo vehicle
High maneuverability and operating speed
Patented Technology and Hybrid Design
Union of Two Flight Technologies
Multirotors have powerful and lightweight electric motors… but these aircraft use battery power for both forward flight AND lift. Due to the weight of the batteries required to keep them in the air, multirotors have limited range and poor payload efficiency.
Unlike a helicopter, a gyrocopter uses an unpowered rotor. A pusher prop gives the vehicle forward motion, and airflow rotates the rotor, providing lift, a concept know as autorotation.
Like a multirotor, powerful electric motors are used for vertical take off and landing,and like a gyrocopter, in forward flight. Our rotors provide lift via autorotation.
With Managed Autorotation, power can be adjusted to maneuver the aircraft or recharge the batteries in-flight. Thanks to the gas-powered pusher prop, we achieve many times the range of a multirotor, reducing need for heavy batteries.
Patented Managed Autorotation technology
Blended gas-electric design
State-of-the-art ground control
Integrated cargo handling system
Simulator and Static Tests
Thousands of hours have gone into refining our design over the past 3 years, through dozens of iterations and innovations, using a simulator to validate new ideas. From there we progressed to a static testing rig to test motors, speed controllers, and propellers
Our quarter-scale ATLIS prototype has been constructed and flight-tested at quarter-scale in order to validate and build upon all simulator testing