ALPHA UNMANNED SYSTEMS will exhibit at the XPONENTIAL 2017 fair during 8-11 May in Dallas. You can find us at the stand #2539 in which we will expose live our new UAV platform the ALPHA 800.

New ALPHA 800 just landed!


In the airframe, the FlyBar has been removed; the landing gear has been completely redesigned reducing weight and enabling better line of sight for the antennas. Thanks to all that we saved more than 500 g that has been used to increase the fuel tanks capacity on 600cc.

The electronics are IP64 rated which means that the helicopter can operate in marine environments or under the rain.

Summarizing, all the improvements done enable the new ALPHA 800 to have a higher payload capacity, 3 Kg instead of 2.5 kg, longer endurance 2 hours & 30 minutes instead of

Succesfull Acceptance Test Procedure (ATP) in Israel

Located at the Volcani Center campus in Bet-Dagan, near Tel-Aviv, Agricultural Research Organization (ARO) six institutes are responsible for Plant Sciences, Animal Science, Plant Protection, Soil, Water and Environmental Sciences, Agricultural Engineering, and Postharvest and Food Sciences.

Enisa backs Alpha´s growth

Enisa, is one most important public companies dedicated to the financing of innovation and technological companies in spain and Alpha is proud to announce that we have been granted with their financial support to boost Alpha´s growth and on going projects.


Alpha gets an Experimental Airworthiness Certificate

Alpha Unmanned Systems got an Experimental Airworthiness Certificate for it´s SNIPER Unmanned helicopter. This certificate issued by the INTA is a great achievement for the company, as demonstrates the maturity of the system and allow us to fly in the context of the RAPAZ Project.


Alpha and the RAPAZ Project

ALPHA was invited to participate in the RAPAZ project in early 2015, the aim of the project, organized by the Spanish Army, was to evaluate the maturity and versatility of the nacional manufactures, but at the same time to gather the needs of the different groups and agencies of the army, to finally promote a centralized acquisition of the systems that demonstrated its maturity.