Altavian has a positive record of past performance in handling government acquisition procedures, air-worthiness certifications, and systems requirements. We’re 100% owned and operated in the United States with manufacturing right here in Florida. We’ll work with your government agency through each step of acquisition and we’ll continue to fully support your agency long past the point of purchase.
Altavian drones have already met the air-worthiness certifications of agencies such as the FAA, NASA, and the US Army. We are fully prepared to support large-scale fleet solutions at the civil level beginning with acquisition procedures and requirements all the way through maintenance and support. Know your data is secure at all times in a system designed and built in the United States. Learn more about how civil agencies use Altavian drones today.
Altavian is the #2 provider of small unmanned aerial systems and components to the US Army. Our systems support the war fighter in myriad ways, whether for ISR or GEOINT. Our modular systems provide maximum utility in the field, and we provide compnent second sourcing for both the RQ-11 Raven and the RQ-20 Puma systems. Protect your data and information by using a system designed and built completely in the United States. Learn more about our defense efforts in action today.
Altavian drones are being used by Universities, NASA, and private research institutions alike for their unique capabilities. Both the Nova and the Galaxy share modular payloads allowing researchers to create custom sensors for specific to their own projects. In addition, with a 90-minute flight time and waterproof design, the Nova can fly where other drones can’t for longer than other drones can, making it a reliable tool in the field for environmentalists.
Flexibility is the value drones bring to resource management. In difficult terrain, it’s often easier to deploy an unmanned aerial vehicle and keep the operations crew on safe ground. Logistically, drones are far more flexible and cheaper than relying on manned flights or satellite imagery. It may take weeks to arrange for a fly over or satellite images, but with drones, you can collect data as quickly as an operations team can drive a truck out to the area of interest.