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LEAPP
Insect
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Powered Paraglider UAV | overview

Family of LEAPP UAVs

Overview
LEAPP™ is a Long Endurance Autonomous Powered Paraglider used for Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) missions, and distributive operations payload delivery missions.  DARPA selected Atair to develop and manufacture the LEAPP UAV to perform as a cost-effective alternative to fixed-wing UAVs, and to provide long endurance loitering ISR capabilities of more than 48 hours. The DARPA LEAPP project resulted in the development of three sub-categories of LEAPP autonomous powered paraglider UAVs.

LEAPP (Type I)
The Atair LEAPP is a slow-flying, long-endurance powered paraglider UAV used for loitering ISR and distributive operations payload delivery missions.  LEAPP is two-man deployable and transportable via a Humvee with trailer. 

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LEAPP

Insect (Type II)
The Atair Insect is a slow-flying, variable endurance powered paraglider UAV platform that is used for ISR and distributive operations payload delivery missions.  Insect is two-man deployable and transportable via a Humvee. 
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Insect

Micro LEAPP (Type III)
The Atair Micro LEAPP is a slow-flying, light-weight, powered paraglider UAV platform used for reconnaissance and scouting missions. Micro LEAPP is one-man deployable and is easily transportable using a backpack.
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Micro LEAPP

Custom Applications
Atair’s LEAPP UAVs can be modified to meet size and payload requirements with vehicles as light as 40 lbs, and heavy as 3,000 lbs. Atair’s LEAPP UAVs can be outfitted for ISR and/or distributive operations missions. Please contact Atair to discuss your specific UAV application requirements.