Malloy Aeronautics

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Malloy Aeronautics

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Malloy are one of the main UK UAV developers and manufacturers, particularly for large quadcopters.

https://www.malloyaeronautics.com/

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Malloy T-650 is under development at present with BAE. System is designed to carry a Lightweight Torpedo or other stores. Stingray is a 500lb class weapon. Has also been shown with an MBDA 3 store carrier with Brimstone below (not attached).

https://www.baesystems.com/en-uk/produc ... pt-vehicle




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T-400 in trials with NavyX



Lots of Malloy video in 1 place (annoying video though..).


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T-150 delivering PackBot



T-150 simulating shipborne landing using QR code...


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Malloy have recently landed the USMC as a customer...with a US partner Survice. 41 UAV's for $13m, thats $325,000 per UAV...

https://www.survice.com/who-we-are/focu ... ehicle-trv

https://www.marinecorpstimes.com/news/y ... ry-drones/



USMC trials using T-80



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Timmymagic wrote: 19 May 2023, 12:42 System is designed to carry a Lightweight Torpedo or other stores.
Wasn't a project announced a couple of years ago to develop a lighter weight version of (or possibly replacement for) Stingray? Presumably that was done with one eye on the possibility of future systems like these.
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Caribbean wrote: 19 May 2023, 13:00
Timmymagic wrote: 19 May 2023, 12:42 System is designed to carry a Lightweight Torpedo or other stores.
Wasn't a project announced a couple of years ago to develop a lighter weight version of (or possibly replacement for) Stingray? Presumably that was done with one eye on the possibility of future systems like these.
Yes the Future Lightweight Torpedo from BAE

"Also in development, our Future Lightweight Torpedo will offer advanced capabilities for anti-submarine and anti-underwater unmanned vehicle warfare, as well as enhanced counter-countermeasure tactics, using common torpedo hardware architectures and software modules to reduce acquisition and through-life costs."

Could be a new torpedo or upgrade to Mod 2 for Stingray

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