UAVOS Introduces Enhanced Main Landing Gear for Heavy-Lift Fixed-Wing Aircraft

UAVOS, a provider of effective solutions based on advanced unmanned systems, has
announced its modified and upgraded main landing gear to support heavy-lift
unmanned aircraft. The main landing gear design incorporates the latest UAVOS’
production technologies, including the use of a lightweight prepreg composite material
and its lay-up processes, which contributes to a more efficient and robust aircraft.

The new landing gear offers a host of advantages for aircraft manufacturers. First, with a
maximum take off weight of up to 1200 kg, landing gear, used for take off and landing, is of
only 16 kg and designed to be extremely strong and sturdy. It also contributes to weight
saving without compromising on strength and robustness. Moreover, the upgraded landing
gear offers a significant reduction in aerodynamic drag and in aircraft fuel consumption while
notably increasing flight performance. 

“Our landing gear required innovation to optimize their design and production and the use
of advanced composite technology for fiber placement makes it 50% stronger, thinner and
lighter in comparison with the most commonly used steel”, – explained Aliaksei Stratsilatau,
Co-Founder and CEO of UAVOS. “UAVOS’s landing gear for the MALE aircraft supports
our simple systems design goal by providing lightweight and very reliable systems resulting
in trouble-free operation for our customers’ , – said  Aliaksei.

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