Alpha Unmanned Systems (AUS) an unmanned helicopter (UAV) manufacturer based in Madrid, is pleased to announce that it will increase its manufacturing and support capabilities in SE Asia through a partnership with Indonesian firm PT Indadi Venyro.
Adi Haryono CEO of PT Indadi Venyro states, “We are pleased to offer Alpha products throughout Indonesia and to neighbouring countries. Alpha’s helicopter platforms have enormous growth potential in the region and we are pleased to support and build Alpha products locally.”
Eric Freeman, CEO of Alpha Unmanned Systems, adds that licensed manufacturing of Alpha products and local maintenance and support will help clients in Indonesia and throughout SE Asia. “We are delighted to work with an important regional partner. In April 2023, PT Indadi Venyro from Indonesia invested in AUS as a minority equity partner and will manufacture, distribute and support Alpha under license throughout Indonesia and SE Asia.”
Alpha’s A800 and A900 platforms are highly evolved and professional unmanned flight systems designed for both civilian and military/security use, with a high level of aeronautical engineering and sophistication.
Founded in 2014 with Spanish capital and headquartered in Madrid, AUS has made direct international sales to both institutional organizations (governments and the Armed Forces) and private entities, with highly demanding and recurring clients in Spain, Israel, USA, Greece, Indonesia, Georgia, Turkey, European Union, etc. With a highly qualified professional team, and with a clear commitment to its niche market, Alpha is in the “top three” of its sector of activity worldwide.
Its newest product, the Alpha 900, is a helicopter designed and manufactured primarily for missions in the marine environment. With a powerful combustion engine that gives it great autonomy and payload capacity (up to 4 hours and can carry payloads of up to 4 kg), the A900 can take off and land autonomously on and from moving vessels with limited space (small deck). In addition, it is built “STANAG Compliant”, so that all critical systems are redundant. All this makes it a perfect technology for navies, coast guard and/or intelligence operations, surveillance, target approach and/or reconnaissance at sea.