Unmanned aerial vehicles
Marshall Advanced Composites has significant experience of helping customers prototype and develop bespoke airframes for unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs).
Design, manufacture, testing and certification
We manage large and small projects – from small sub-assemblies to complete airframes – to the same exacting standards. We use a wide variety of materials tailored for the purpose of the structure including carbon, glass and aramid fibres combined with foam and honeycomb cores.
Marshall has used out of autoclave techniques on large airframe structures to ensure development is cost effective. We also have our own structural test facility where we carry out static and dynamic testing to validate our designs - which we can certify to EASA Part 21 G and J.
An award-winning team
Our recent projects include the development of several UAV airframes for BAE Systems. This work has won awards from BAE Systems and the Royal Aeronautical Society.
A history of innovation
Marshall Advanced Composites has been at the forefront of composite aircraft development for many years. In the early 1980s, the T67 Firefly was the first all-composite aerobatic aircraft to receive FAR23 certification.
Our understanding of the aviation industry coupled with our expertise in composite design and manufacture means we bring insight and experience to every programme we undertake.
For a general or specific discussion about UAVs and composite structure aircraft, call us on 01751 432474 or email Colin.firstname.lastname@example.org