The complete unit is easily transported and spread out by three individuals in one hour. Take-off, flight and landing are automatic; when using the Shelter, the system can operate under any weather condition, resisting winds of up to 50 km/h.
The Fulmar aircraft is flying since 2004. At the begining of 2009, the FULMAR system has completed 200hrs. of real flights
Light, three-section elastic catapult. Assembly can be done by two persons.
For lengthy operations, it is recommended to use the Shelter as a ground station.
Shelter for comfortable flight monitoring as well as recording and processing images.
This automatic net-based recovery system is ideal for use in confined spaces; the net spreads out when the aircraft starts the landing manoeuvre, in less than 1 minute.