The MuninnAir is designed to offer the highest possible flight endurance. The Single Engine configuration offers the most economical fuel consumption possible. The MuninnAir offers longer flight endurance than its VTOL counterpart, while still maintaining safety with a built in, repackable parachute and airbag. Configured as an ISR platform, the MuninnAir can provide up to 11 hours* of time-on-station.
The advanced software and GPS guidance system provide the aircraft with self-stabilizing capability and multi-way-point navigation. The airframe is fully molded carbon fiber for exceptional strength and lightweight. The system is capable of carrying a payload of up to 10lbs such as a high definition stabilized video and data link, magnetometer, atmospheric sensor or a customer specified payload.
Up to 9.5 hours of flight time.*
Safety in Design
Parachute and Airbag recovery system built-in.
Camera and Sensors
Several cameras and sensors can be installed and configured for specific needs and missions, such as Visible, Thermal, Infrared, UV, Multi-spectral, Hyper-spectral, Atmospheric and Photogrammetry.
Single or Twin Engine Options
The MuninnAir comes in two configurations- Single Engine or Twin Engine. Single Engine is perfect for longer endurance, while Twin Engine is appropriate for larger payload requirements.
Carbon Fiber Airframe
Made from molded carbon fiber, the HuginnAir’s airframe allows for lightweight handling, longer flight times, and more sensor and camera capabilities.
Way Point Navigation
The MuninnAir is controlled through a tablet or laptop using way-point navigation or through built-in manual controls.
With room for over 20 lbs. of payloads and sensors, the MuninnAir allows for near endless commercial applications.
The MuninnAir’s unique design allows it to be configured to meet the tough demands for emergency personnel and to be rapidly deployed during emergency situations and operations.
Search and Rescue
By utilizing a lightweight airframe and long endurance, the MuninnAir is perfect for large area research applications.