The Bullray’s aircraft can perform in all weather conditions and does not require a transit case.
The Bullray’s aircraft can perform in all weather conditions and does not require a transit case.

Carbon fiber molding specialist Rapid Composites has developed Bullray, a fully autonomous, amphibious vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) aircraft that is suitable for what it calls ‘less-than-lethal applications’.

All fuselage components are made of carbon fiber and can be customized to customer needs. The aircraft can also be configured as a tri, quad, hex and as a X4-copter for a wider range of markets.

The Bullray’s aircraft can perform in all weather conditions and does not require a transit case, the company says. It is also portable, has an amphibious water resistant design, and offers 15-20 minutes of flight time (depending on payload and weather conditions).

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