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Airborne Systems Microfly 2
Airborne Systems MicroFly II®

The Airborne Systems MicroFly II® improves military mission capabilities without compromising safety or increasing training requirements. It is an autonomous cargo delivery system that emphasizes ease of use, flexibility, and low cost. The MicroFly II® Guided Precision Aerial Delivery System (GPADS) is designed to utilize the same canopy as the HAHO/HALO insertion teams which therefore allows both equipment and jumper to land together.

It can also be used in a standalone configuration supplying small weight range payload to designated drop zones. Furthermore, the MicroFly II® may be used as a re-supply to troops on the ground when larger systems such as the Flyclops2K or the Dragonfly10K are not required.

The MicroFly II® will match the speed and rate of descent of a jumper under canopy, consequently allowing it to lead the unit to the IP while allowing the unit to remain in close contact with it. Being in close proximity thus ensures that the unit will therefore not become separated from its equipment and allows it to be used as a pathfinder to the IP.

Some tech specs:

Flexibility and Control for a Range of Military Missions

  • Keep the unit intact and in control of its equipment throughout the entire insertion phase of the operation.
  • Use with any ram-air canopy, including the Airborne Systems Intruder 360® (RA-1), MC-4, MC-5, and others based on mission requirements.
  • Rig the it to a bundle in 10 minutes with no pyrotechnic devices.

About OLogic:

OLogic, Inc. is a Robotics Consultancy based in the heart of Silicon Valley. Looking to bring your project to life? Our company offers top-notch Electronics Design Services to help turn your concepts into a reality.

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OLogic Design
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  • Software Engineering
  • Algorithm Development for Navigation Testing
Project Date
  • 2007