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ADVANCING UNMANNED SYSTEMS

from TAKEOFF to TOUCHDOWN

Latitude’s mission is to expand the role of
unmanned systems by addressing real world needs.

extending the capabilities and increasing the effectiveness of the people who use our products

Engineering, operations, and training related to unmanned aerial systems

Increasing autonomous capabilities of unmanned systems

Discovering needs and developing products to fill them

HYBRID QUADROTOR TECHNOLOGY

Hybrid Quadrotor™ (HQ) technology enables Vertical Take Off and Landing (VTOL) in fixed wing aircraft, allowing operation from areas otherwise inaccessible.

vs.
HELICOPTERS

HQ is less complex, more cost effective,
more reliable, and
has better endurance

VS.
PURE MULTIROTORS

HQ has higher top speed,
more endurance, more wind tolerance,
and can cover more ground

VS.
FIXED WING AIRCRAFT

HQ technology operates from more
locations and from more types of
terrain for less cost

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News
JUMP 20 Test Flights
January 9, 2015

Fort Hunter Liggett, CA. Latitude Engineering supports Arcturus UAV’s test flights of the JUMP 20(tm) with Hybrid Quadrotor technology. Several flights over two days culminated in final flights at full gross weight.

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HQ-60A Test Flights
December 5, 2014

Tucson, AZ. Latitude Engineering conducted two test flights of the HQ-60A this week. The aircraft is a testbed for the HQ-60B, which is designed for 12lbs of payload and 15 hours of endurance, demonstrating the endurance achievable with the Hybrid Quadrotor concept.

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JUMP 15 Displayed at SEECAT
October 17, 2014

Tokyo, Japan. Hexadyne Corporation, representatives of Latitude’s Hybrid Quadrotor technology in Japan, displayed the Arcturus JUMP-15 at the Special Equipment Exhibition & Conference for Anti-Terrorism (SEECAT) show in Tokyo.

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Miles flown per gallon of gas (HQ-40)

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Number of unique aircraft into which Latitude has integrated the Piccolo autopilot

FLIGHTS
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