What We Do

Alare Technologies provides end-to-end innovative solutions for military, civil and commercial unmanned aircraft systems (UAS). We specialize in developing proof-of-concept (POC) demonstration and transition to low rate initial production (LRIP). Alare has what it takes to solve your most demanding technical challenges, on time and within budget.
Ronin

Ronin, Air Launched UAS

Sierra Nevada Corporation, IMS
Ronin is an air launched, versatile, multi-hour endurance, ISR UAS with extremely low observables. It has been successfully deployed from a variety of manned and unmanned aircraft at the extremes of altitude and speed. The Ronin light-weight composite airframe folds down to fit inside a compact canister which is used for both storage and deployment. Ronin autonomously deploys flight surfaces and transitions to flight after being deployed from a host platform. (TRL 7)

TL-1

TL-1, Tube Launched UAS

Defense Innovation Unit
TL-1 is a miniature tube launched UAS being developed to extremely challenging volumetric packaging and mass constraints while delivering on demanding performance requirements. The TL-1 airframe automatically unfolds and transitions to flight after exiting the launch tube. (TRL 5 – 7)

MX4

MX-4, Heavy-Lift Man-Portable VTOL UAS

AlareTech IRAD
The MX-4 is a multi-purpose, backpackable multi-rotor UAS capable of carrying a variety of payloads greater than 20 lbs for over 20 minutes, or payloads in excess of 5 lbs for over 60 minutes with an operational ceiling greater than 10,000 feet. Payloads can either be attached to the airframe or lifted as a slung load on a tether. The airframe folds to a compact size to fit inside a backpack and can be readied for flight in 60 seconds. (TRL 6)

Commercial Multi-Rotor

HLX-4, Commercial Heavy-Lift Multi-Rotor UAS

Proprietary Customer
AlareTech has developed and delivered 32 aircraft to a proprietary customer that has accomplished nearly 3,000 flights to date (through 2018) with greater than 98% reliability. The HLX-4 has demonstrated flight operations with commercially viable payloads, flight distances and environmental conditions at density altitudes up to 9,500 feet. (TRL 7)