APPLICATIONS & INDUSTRIES
ULTRA LONG ENDURANCE
VERTICAL TAKE-OFF & LANDING
ALWAYS IN CONTROL
ADVANCED VTOL AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS
ALTI’s unmanned VTOL systems all follow our reliable and proven design. An advanced vertical take-off and land fixed-wing aircraft and quadcopter system, matched with a fine-tuned fuel powered combustion engine for forward flight, all combined into a super strong and lightweight carbon composite airframe.
It's time to make the Transition
GROUND CONTROL STATION
The Ground Control Station (GCS) was designed and built from the ground up specifically for ALTI aircraft.
It’s rugged, compact and portable.
The friendly user interface enables quick and easy mission planning, switching between different flight modes and adjusting payload settings whilst ensuring the safe operation of the aircraft.
Some of the core features include advanced video and data links, long range antenna tracking options, custom integration capabilities and much more.
Ascend above, transition forward, reach beyond.
Our aircraft all feature a standard ‘mil-spec’ grey but are available in various colors as well as custom graphics and decals to suit your exact requirements.
Swipe the bar below left or right to see the Transition in our two standard color options.
ALTI is an award-winning unmanned aircraft company that designs and manufactures advanced long endurance VTOL aircraft systems.
As Africa’s largest commercial UAV manufacturer, ALTI has been developing, producing and exporting unmanned aircraft for more than 7 years specializing in long endurance vertical take-off and land unmanned systems. With our highly experienced, passionate and skilled staff, technicians and engineers ALTI is driven by one goal, to build the world’s best unmanned VTOL aircraft.
Stop thinking, start flying with ALTI
All complete ready-to-fly ALTI aircraft systems comply with International and South African export laws, acts and conventions.
To ensure compliance with these International UAV laws, the ALTI Transition, for example, is capable of covering distance of up to 900km in a single flight, but cannot exceed a hard-limit radius of 250km away from the take-off location,