The future of autonomous flight – certifiable, safe and secure – begins with Airbus. The company’s heritage in manned flight is leveraged to supply robust, dependable unmanned aerial systems (UAS).

Airbus has supported military forces for nearly a decade with unmatched performance, and its systems have been deployed for missions in such combat zones as Afghanistan and Mali.

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Airbus UAS offering

Airbus leverage military experience to benefit civil and institutional markets, adapting solutions to cater for all customer requirements. The following details Airbus UAS product position:

  • Medium Altitude Long Endurance (MALE) UAS – European MALE RPAS (Eurodrone)
  • Stratospheric solar powered High Altitude Platform Station (HAPS) – Zephyr
  • Manned-Unmanned Teaming
  • Small Tactical UAS
  • High capability Tactical UAS – SIRTAP
  • UAS Services
  • UAS solutions – Ground Control Stations and UAS training equipment

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Eurodrone is the first unmanned aerial system designed for flight in non-segregated airspace.


The first stratospheric UAS of its kind


High capability Tactical UAS - SIRTAP
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Small tactical UAS

Innovative solutions ready to tackle large challenges from above

Manned Unmanned Teaming - MUT-T

Technology of the future becoming a reality of today


The multi-mission naval UAS

Target drone systems

The unmanned expendable airborne platform


Latest UAS News

Airbus, NTT, DOCOMO and SKY Perfect JSAT Jointly Studying Connectivity Services from High-Altitude Platform Stations (HAPS)
Airbus, Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation (NTT), NTT DOCOMO, INC. (DOCOMO) and SKY Perfect JSAT Corporation (SKY Perfect JSAT) jointly announced that they have begun studying the feasibility of collaborating on future high-altitude platform stations (HAPS)-based connectivity services as part of a future space-based wireless connectivity ecosystem.
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Zephyr High Altitude Platform Station (HAPS) achieves connectivity in trial conducted by Airbus and NTT DOCOMO
Airbus and NTT DOCOMO, INC. have demonstrated the ability to use its solar-powered Zephyr High Altitude Platform Station (HAPS) to deliver future wireless broadband connectivity. The trial took place in the United States in August, when the Zephyr S aircraft undertook approx. 18-day stratospheric flights to test various capabilities.
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Airbus Zephyr Solar High Altitude Platform System (HAPS) reaches new heights in its successful 2021 summer test flights
The Airbus Zephyr S completes a successful 2021 test flight campaign in the United States. The final Airbus solar-powered High Altitude Platform System (HAPS) flight touched down on 13th September in Arizona, USA, ending the most ambitious and successful Zephyr flight campaign to date.
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