WARMATE V is a multirotor unmanned platform designed to detect, locate and destroy the target.

WARMATE V loitering munitions

WARMATE V is a new product joining the family of the WARMATE loitering munitions systems, designed to detect, locate and destroy the target.
WARMATE V loitering munitions

This small, multi-rotor based VTOL system provides an ideal solution to carry out a military mission in a dense  urban environment, where the use of fast unmanned aircrafts is impossible.

The implementation of the avionics module, warheads and operation algorithms, as well as the GCS and GTD inherited from the first WARMATE system makes this multirotor a cost- effective solution to provide new combat capabilities to the Warmate loitering munitions technology.

Depending on the type of mission, WARMATE V can be equipped with the warhead or the observation payload. The end user can use the WARMATE ground segment which is identical for both systems. For reconnaissance missions, the system’s load capacity and landing method allow for integration of the observation payload weighing up to 1600g.

This light, portable, user-friendly multirotor is designed to be used on the highly urbanized terrain which rules out the use of the fixed-winged unmanned aerial systems. In addition, the hover mode allows the multirotor to stay in a stable position in one spot and achieve the altitude hold to provide optimal observation capabilities. This ensures the precise target identification from any angle in any position.

Main features 

  • High maneuverability in the urbanized areas
  • Warheads shared with the WARMATE system
  • Interchangeable use of warheads and observation heads
  • Light, easily carried
  • The ground segment shared with the WARMATE system
  • Easy and quick to assemble
  • Vertical take-off and landing


Technical details WARMATE V loitering munitions

Warhead weight
1,6 kg
Take-off weight
7 kg
Operation radius
12 km LOS
Flight endurance
30 min
27 km/h
Maximum altitude
300 m AGL, 2000 m AMSL
Operation altitude
100 m AGL
Integrated, automatic videotracker allows for target tracking and attack with minimum operator intervention
Camera features
2-axis mechanical camera stabilization