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BlueBird Aero Systems

bluebird-uav.com

Founded Year

2002

Stage

Corporate Minority - II | Alive

Total Raised

$21.4M

Valuation

$0000 

Last Raised

$14.4M | 2 yrs ago

About BlueBird Aero Systems

BlueBird Aero Systems specializes in the design, development and production of Tactical Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) and peripheral equipment. BlueBird aims to deliver unique, unprecedented, combat solutions to meet the challenges and needs of the Military, Homeland Security and Civilian UAS markets.

Headquarters Location

8 Hamatechet Street

Kadima, 60920,

Israel

+972 98999335

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BlueBird Aero Systems Patents

BlueBird Aero Systems has filed 1 patent.

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Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Status

11/30/2005

6/5/2012

Aircraft controls, Aircraft instruments, Aircraft components, Parachuting, Avionics

Grant

Application Date

11/30/2005

Grant Date

6/5/2012

Title

Related Topics

Aircraft controls, Aircraft instruments, Aircraft components, Parachuting, Avionics

Status

Grant

Latest BlueBird Aero Systems News

Morocco flying BlueBird UAVs

Oct 3, 2022

by Jeremy Binnie Moroccan personnel stand next to a BlueBird WanderB-VTOL UAV during Exercise ‘Maroc Mantlet 2022' at the Kenitra airbase. (Maroc Agence Presse) The Royal Moroccan Armed Forces are using unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) made by the Israeli company BlueBird Aero Systems, it was confirmed during the ‘Maroc Mantlet 2022' disaster-response exercise. Local media coverage of the exercise held at the 3rd Royal Air Force Base in Kénitra from 12 to 22 September showed Moroccan personnel displaying a WanderB with a second one disassembled in its box and a ground data terminal, which links the UAV to the portable control station. The WanderB-vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) UAV is a smaller version of BlueBird's ThunderB-VTOL UAV. Designed for intelligence, surveillance, target acquisition, and reconnaissance (ISTAR), both types are fitted with four rotors for VTOL, as well as a pusher propeller for horizontal flight. by Jeremy Binnie Moroccan personnel stand next to a BlueBird WanderB-VTOL UAV during Exercise ‘Maroc Mantlet 2022' at the Kenitra airbase. (Maroc Agence Presse) The Royal Moroccan Armed Forces are using unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) made by the Israeli company BlueBird Aero Systems, it was confirmed during the ‘Maroc Mantlet 2022' disaster-response exercise. Local media coverage of the exercise held at the 3rd Royal Air Force Base in Kénitra from 12 to 22 September showed Moroccan personnel displaying a WanderB with a second one disassembled in its box and a ground data terminal, which links the UAV to the portable control station. The WanderB-vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) UAV is a smaller version of BlueBird's ThunderB-VTOL UAV. Designed for intelligence, surveillance, target acquisition, and reconnaissance (ISTAR), both types are fitted with four rotors for VTOL, as well as a pusher propeller for horizontal flight. by Jeremy Binnie Moroccan personnel stand next to a BlueBird WanderB-VTOL UAV during Exercise ‘Maroc Mantlet 2022' at the Kenitra airbase. (Maroc Agence Presse) The Royal Moroccan Armed Forces are using unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) made by the Israeli company BlueBird Aero Systems, it was confirmed during the ‘Maroc Mantlet 2022' disaster-response exercise. Local media coverage of the exercise held at the 3rd Royal Air Force Base in Kénitra from 12 to 22 September showed Moroccan personnel displaying a WanderB with a second one disassembled in its box and a ground data terminal, which links the UAV to the portable control station. The WanderB-vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) UAV is a smaller version of BlueBird's ThunderB-VTOL UAV. Designed for intelligence, surveillance, target acquisition, and reconnaissance (ISTAR), both types are fitted with four rotors for VTOL, as well as a pusher propeller for horizontal flight. by Jeremy Binnie Moroccan personnel stand next to a BlueBird WanderB-VTOL UAV during Exercise ‘Maroc Mantlet 2022' at the Kenitra airbase. (Maroc Agence Presse) The Royal Moroccan Armed Forces are using unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) made by the Israeli company BlueBird Aero Systems, it was confirmed during the ‘Maroc Mantlet 2022' disaster-response exercise. Local media coverage of the exercise held at the 3rd Royal Air Force Base in Kénitra from 12 to 22 September showed Moroccan personnel displaying a WanderB with a second one disassembled in its box and a ground data terminal, which links the UAV to the portable control station. The WanderB-vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) UAV is a smaller version of BlueBird's ThunderB-VTOL UAV. Designed for intelligence, surveillance, target acquisition, and reconnaissance (ISTAR), both types are fitted with four rotors for VTOL, as well as a pusher propeller for horizontal flight. by Jeremy Binnie Moroccan personnel stand next to a BlueBird WanderB-VTOL UAV during Exercise ‘Maroc Mantlet 2022' at the Kenitra airbase. (Maroc Agence Presse) The Royal Moroccan Armed Forces are using unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) made by the Israeli company BlueBird Aero Systems, it was confirmed during the ‘Maroc Mantlet 2022' disaster-response exercise. Local media coverage of the exercise held at the 3rd Royal Air Force Base in Kénitra from 12 to 22 September showed Moroccan personnel displaying a WanderB with a second one disassembled in its box and a ground data terminal, which links the UAV to the portable control station. The WanderB-vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) UAV is a smaller version of BlueBird's ThunderB-VTOL UAV. Designed for intelligence, surveillance, target acquisition, and reconnaissance (ISTAR), both types are fitted with four rotors for VTOL, as well as a pusher propeller for horizontal flight. by Jeremy Binnie Moroccan personnel stand next to a BlueBird WanderB-VTOL UAV during Exercise ‘Maroc Mantlet 2022' at the Kenitra airbase. (Maroc Agence Presse) The Royal Moroccan Armed Forces are using unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) made by the Israeli company BlueBird Aero Systems, it was confirmed during the ‘Maroc Mantlet 2022' disaster-response exercise. Local media coverage of the exercise held at the 3rd Royal Air Force Base in Kénitra from 12 to 22 September showed Moroccan personnel displaying a WanderB with a second one disassembled in its box and a ground data terminal, which links the UAV to the portable control station. The WanderB-vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) UAV is a smaller version of BlueBird's ThunderB-VTOL UAV. Designed for intelligence, surveillance, target acquisition, and reconnaissance (ISTAR), both types are fitted with four rotors for VTOL, as well as a pusher propeller for horizontal flight. by Jeremy Binnie Moroccan personnel stand next to a BlueBird WanderB-VTOL UAV during Exercise ‘Maroc Mantlet 2022' at the Kenitra airbase. (Maroc Agence Presse) The Royal Moroccan Armed Forces are using unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) made by the Israeli company BlueBird Aero Systems, it was confirmed during the ‘Maroc Mantlet 2022' disaster-response exercise. Local media coverage of the exercise held at the 3rd Royal Air Force Base in Kénitra from 12 to 22 September showed Moroccan personnel displaying a WanderB with a second one disassembled in its box and a ground data terminal, which links the UAV to the portable control station. The WanderB-vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) UAV is a smaller version of BlueBird's ThunderB-VTOL UAV. Designed for intelligence, surveillance, target acquisition, and reconnaissance (ISTAR), both types are fitted with four rotors for VTOL, as well as a pusher propeller for horizontal flight. by Jeremy Binnie Moroccan personnel stand next to a BlueBird WanderB-VTOL UAV during Exercise ‘Maroc Mantlet 2022' at the Kenitra airbase. (Maroc Agence Presse) The Royal Moroccan Armed Forces are using unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) made by the Israeli company BlueBird Aero Systems, it was confirmed during the ‘Maroc Mantlet 2022' disaster-response exercise. Local media coverage of the exercise held at the 3rd Royal Air Force Base in Kénitra from 12 to 22 September showed Moroccan personnel displaying a WanderB with a second one disassembled in its box and a ground data terminal, which links the UAV to the portable control station. The WanderB-vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) UAV is a smaller version of BlueBird's ThunderB-VTOL UAV. Designed for intelligence, surveillance, target acquisition, and reconnaissance (ISTAR), both types are fitted with four rotors for VTOL, as well as a pusher propeller for horizontal flight.

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BlueBird Aero Systems Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was BlueBird Aero Systems founded?

    BlueBird Aero Systems was founded in 2002.

  • Where is BlueBird Aero Systems's headquarters?

    BlueBird Aero Systems's headquarters is located at 8 Hamatechet Street, Kadima.

  • What is BlueBird Aero Systems's latest funding round?

    BlueBird Aero Systems's latest funding round is Corporate Minority - II.

  • How much did BlueBird Aero Systems raise?

    BlueBird Aero Systems raised a total of $21.4M.

  • Who are the investors of BlueBird Aero Systems?

    Investors of BlueBird Aero Systems include Israel Aerospace Industries and Athlone Global Security.

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