Martlet Tactical sUAS Series

Martlet MI-3

The MI-3 provides is designed for longer, more complicated heavy payload missions and is transportable using any midsize car. The system can be configured to hold sensors up to 3 kg and has a flight time of 90 minutes.

Multi Option Configuration - Extra Long Distance Drone

The MI-3 has an aerodynamic, lightweight & modular design to make it rugged, reliable, and simple to operate while optimizing its performance in harsh environments. The system can be equipped with a gimbaled, stabilized high-performance EO & IR payload that is interchangeable with other sensors such as communication jammers, electronic warfare, etc.


Unmatched performance

90 minutes endurance
20km datalink range
3kg payload capacity
Payload 3kg
Customised built possible
Multi payload options
Unparalleled flight time >90min
Rugged, MIL-SPEC design
Quick setup and easy transport
One man operation

Tactical advantages

Field-proven unmanned technology that is ready to perform a wide variety of missions and built with an open architecture to adapt it to our client’s current and future needs.

The MI-3 is capable of GPS-denied flights and packed with useful AI (Artificial Intelligence) features to increase combat effectiveness and force protection.

The P2P or LTE encrypted datalink ensures instant access to real-time information for individuals and command posts, even when flying beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS).

For commercial applications, the MI-3 platform has been used to create advanced LiDAR and photogrammetry solutions. For more information please visit: MP-3 Photogrammetry and ML-3 LiDAR .


90 minutes endurance

The MI-3 makes minimal noise for covert day and night observation and is single-man operated. Together with 90 minutes of endurance, it makes it ideal for surveillance and reconnaissance missions.

The system is dust and rain-proof [IPX3] and has a flight time of 90 minutes including an EO/IR camera to maximize real-time aerial intelligence for critical mission success.

Even though the MI-3 is designed for more complex missions, the system only needs 1 person for rapid deployment within minutes, ready to perform manual or fully autonomous missions.

3kg payload capacity

The MI-3 can be equipped with a variety of advanced EO/IR sensors. together with other options for communication, floodlights, IMSI catchers, and anything else up to 3kg. Contact us for specific needs or groundbreaking R&D projects.

We offer a wide range of field-proven EO/IR sensors that are leading in the field of micro-stabilized gimballed cameras for commercial, industrial, and security applications. The sensors deliver full-HD thermal observation and long-range visible imagery with object tracking, geolocation, and 40x zoom.

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GCS Tactical Drone

Ground Control Station

The ground control station (GCS) is a portable unit equipped with a tactical interface and Mil-Std. components, built for one-person operations in all weather conditions.

Its user-friendly interface incorporates a real-time display and a moving tactical map for a complete mission overview, mission planning, different operational modes, payload control, and UAV monitoring.

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Technical Specifications

95 - 50 minutes (0.2 - 3 kg payload)
Datalink range
15 km
Max take-off weight [MTOW]
11 kg (including max payload)
Max payload weight
3 kg
90 x 90 x 40 cm
Ingress protection
Max speed
17 m/s
Max wind
25 knots
Surface ceiling
3500 m ASL

For more detailed specifications
please request the MI-3 datasheet

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Common Applications

  • Defence [ISTAR]
  • Search and rescue
  • Homeland security
  • Electronic Warfare
  • Communication
  • Police / Law enforcement
  • Fire fighting
  • State Border Patrol
  • Border and coastal protection
  • Security and monitoring

The MI-3

Get the most payload capacity and flight time with the portability and reliability of a military-grade multirotor.
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Gijsbert [GB] Thijsen

Tech Consultant