Airborne Systems presents the MicroFly II Guided Aerial Delivery System 41205162

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Airborne Systems presents the MicroFly II Guided Aerial Delivery System
Airborne Systems North America presented the MicroFly II, the latest addition in its Guided Precision Aerial Delivery Systems (GPADS) products. Such systems can deliver food, equipment, survival kits and everything else that is needed by troops in combat zones or in cases of humanitarian crises.
     
Airborne Systems presents the MicroFly II Guided Aerial Delivery System
The MicroFly II is lighter compared to the earlier version, with a simplified drogue fall rigging and  a noice reduction, which is essential for special operations forces (Photo: Airborne Systems)
     

The MicroFly II is a GPADS that incorporates proven technology in an innovative design, that can safely and reliably deliver cargo with a low cost. Upon its release from an aircraft, the system can fly itself to a designated point on the ground, using a Ram Air parachute.  It can be dropped from an altitude of 24,500 feet Above Mean Sea Level (AMSL) to deliver cargos between 113 and 227 kg.

Thanks to its ease of use and flexibility it can also be used to accompany HALO / HAHO teams during parachute insertions. One of the new features is the availability of the Intruder360 canopy, an essential addition for special operations forces, which reduces the noise of the system in flight.

Moreover, its ability to accurately guide itself reduces the need for vehicles, thus reducing the logistical footprint and the convoys required to sustain deployed military forces. The MicroFly II features a light system, simplified drogue falling, and a removable lithium battery with a six month maintenance schedule. 
 

 

 

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