ALPIN UNMANNED HELICOPTER

a joint project of TITRA, a Turkish
engineering company, and UAVOS

Alpin VTOL UAS has been created in accordance with the needs and requirements of the Turkish Rescue & Security industry. The Alpin UAS is a long-range, heavy-lift unmanned helicopter capable of carrying up to 160 kg with a range of up to 840 km. The converted Alpin UAS is based on the piloted Heli-Sport Italian CH7 helicopter.

ADVANTAGES

Night operations and flights under severe weather conditions
All terrain capable
Primed for ease operations
Meeting operational requirements
Low life cycle costs

Remote Ground Controls network capability
Simultaneous multi-UAV operation
Customizable software and SDK
Auto-rotation landing capability and high efficiency flight control, based on TECS
Redundant autopilot system

Payload Options:

  • EO/IR
  • RADARS SAR/GMTI
  • LIDAR
  • HYPERSPECTRAL

APPLICATION

  • Video surveillance and monitoring
  • Autonomous cargo transportation and delivery
  • Cargo dropping up to 160 kg (353 lbs) at specified location
  • Radio relay
  • Agricultural operations using spraying equipment
  • Flying R&D laboratory (meteorology, hydrology, earth monitoring, etc.)

OPERATIONS SPECIFICATIONS

Parameters

Data

Maximum cruising speed

160 km/h

VNE

209 km/h

MTOW

500 kg

Max. Payload (including fuel):

160 kg

Rate of Climb

5 m/s

Max. Range (cruising speed 120 km/h)

840 km

Max. Operating Altitude

5000 m

Flight time (max.) Payload - 20 kg

7 h

Flight time (max.) Payload - 120 kg

2 h

PHYSICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Parameters

Data

Main rotor diameter

6280 mm

Airframe lenght

7050 mm

Height

2350 mm

Wheelbase

1500 mm

Empty weight

340 kg

Engine type

Rotax 914 UL

Engine capacity

115 HP

Fuel tank

180 liter / 135 kg

Horizontal flight fuel consumption / h

25 liter / 18.6 kg

Max. wind speed during takeoff or landing

14 m/s

Onboard power supply

12V/24V

Altimeter

Radio

Transponder with ADS‐B

S

TBI (inspections, maintenance)

100 h

Overhaul

1200 h

Hovering IGE (ISA)

3500 m

Hovering OGE (ISA)

2500 m