Latitude Hybrid Quadrotor. Specifications. A photo
Latitude Hybrid Quadrotor. Specifications. A photo

Latitude Hybrid Quadrotor. Specifications. A photo.


Latitude Hybrid Quadrotor - American multi-UAV, developed by «Latitude Engineering».

The Latitude Hybrid Quadrotor unmanned aerial vehicle is a rather unusual project aimed at both military and civilian use. At its core, the Latitude Hybrid Quadrotor drone can be used to perform tasks related to aerial photography and aerial photography of the area, observation and patrol flights, performing terrain reconnaissance (for civil and military purposes), etc.

The unmanned aerial vehicle of the Latitude Hybrid Quadrotor model is made in a very unusual configuration, in particular, the device has an airframe-type fuselage, however, the actual flight of the drone is performed by helicopter. Such an approach by American aircraft designers was very justified, because thanks to this configuration, the device can be in flight for a very long period of time, taking off and landing in a vertical plane, which is best suited for work in an unprepared and hard-to-reach terrain.

American multi-purpose unmanned aerial vehicle Latitude Hybrid Quadrotor equipped with electro-optical, infrared and multispectral cameras that can extract almost any information about the study area, which also has been used, both in the military and in the civilian sphere.

Power section drone Latitude Hybrid Quadrotor represented by four electric motors operating the generator, allowing the aircraft is in the air for a long period of time, in particular, as developers, until 9 hours, which is very efficient.


Specifications Latitude Hybrid Quadrotor.


  • Length: Unknown;
  • Wingspan: Unknown;
  • Height: Unknown;
  • Maximum takeoff weight: unknown;
  • Cruising flight speed: 100 km \ h .;
  • Maximum flight speed: 130 km \ h .;
  • Maximum flight distance: 500 km .;
  • Maximum flight height: 4100 m .;
  • aircraft engine type: Electric;
  • Powerplant: unknown;
  • Power: unknown.



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