Brock Technologies introduces Shark


"Tube-launched and weighing in at only 2.5kg (5.5lb), the composite Shark is designed to fly quietly at low altitudes for long periods of time, gathering intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance information, the Arizona-based company says.

The Shark measures 0.79m (2.5ft) long, with a 0.97m wingspan with the wings deployed. It can carry payloads weighing up to 0.45kg."




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  • @Robert


    Yeah, that was me.

    Left menu column, production aircraft, P4000.  Ours at least has been launched from a helo.

  • T3

    AV has a similar system




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  • Was this not the idea a college student had on here a few years back and got a tour of some military base because it was so good. Nice to see the idea pan out and to be honest look so epic.
  • Brock Technologies business profile


    14097 E Placita Rocosa
    Vail, AZ 85641-6261
    Brock Technologies Inc in Vail, AZ is a private company categorized under Submersible
    Marine Robots, Manned or Unmanned. Our records show it was established in 2006 and
    incorporated in Arizona.
  • Wasn't there some young fellow not too long ago who had a similar tube launch rpv idea?  Sorry my memory is quite bad. It looked quite different but the basic concept was very similar.  Any web links to the company?  Additional specs?
  • Thats a pretty cool launch method, I want to see it on a video! It must be a Air assisted.
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