WaveAerospace will also be at the Paris Airshow in 2023.
June 19th 2023 – June 25th 2023
Hi-speed X-wing drone aims for all weather
“Spotted in the halls was this unique jet-powered X-wing VTOL UAV from US-based Wave Aerospace which can fly in Force 10 storms and extreme weather that would ground other UAVS and piloted aircraft. The X-6A Huntress II features a central jet engine and electric propulsor on the wingtips to give fine control. With a top speed of Mach .3, a payload of 50kg and an endurance of 120mins, Wave are aiming the X-6A at ISR, tactical logistics, communications – and airspace denial – using a drone to intercept and identify other intruders.”Read More
WaveAerospace is Building Drones for Extreme Weather using the Series 1780
“WaveAerospace builds the aircraft that carry our customer’s critical payloads. What differentiates our aircraft from all other small unmanned aerial systems (“sUAS”) is that our aircraft can fly 24/7/365 in almost any weather conditions. In other words, “We fly during the storm when we are needed most—not after.”
We deliver a critical organ for transplant; we find a lost child at night; we mark the location of a sinking ship faster than a full-size Seahawk helicopter can. And we do it 24/7/365 before the storm subsides.Read More
WaveAerospace proposes commercial drone delivery between Stamford and Long Island
A Stamford company’s proposal to formally establish a corridor across the Long Island Sound for commercial drone delivery is gaining momentum, according to Mark Strauss, co-founder of WaveAerospace.
“We haven’t received FAA approval yet,” Strauss said at his office at Serendipity Labs in Stamford. “But we are continuing to have conversations with them and we have the backing of the Stamford mayor’s office.”Read More