If Airbus did not unveil a prototype of its future flying car during this 2017 edition of the Paris Air Show, the European aircraft manufacturer has brought a small fleet of drone representative of its commercial offer of drones. In addition to the aging MALE Harfang, Airbus has presented a new drone that could equip the French Navy one day.
A380, A350, A330 and A400M were the success of the aircraft manufacturer on the international markets, but under the wings of these giants, drones also testified to its weakness in this area. Nevertheless, in addition to the Harfang derived from the Israeli Heron of the 90s, Airbus presented some novelties. Thus, the Airbus QuadCruiser QC11 is the first model of the QuadCruiser family for commercial applications. This first model was stolen for the first time in January 2017. Vertical take-off drone, it could well meet the needs of cybermarchands the day these drones can be used in the public space.
Another novelty is the VSR700, a light helicopter Guimbal Cabri dronized for the needs of the french Navy.