Drone &
Government

Next generation of high-performance autonomous architectures
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Integration of hardware with advanced electronics
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Highest-performance materials and structures
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Enabling the greatest range and capabilities

The Way It Is Now

Autonomous flight systems are revolutionary, however, they are limited by an aerostructures industry that typically operates on a decade long product refresh cycle. Autonomous innovators operate an order of magnitude faster and employ new designs and technologies at a pace unheard of in traditional aircraft.

Where We Are Going

Arris technology has the unique ability to employ the most advanced structures, materials and technologies at scale. Doing so within a single structure that has undergone extreme part consolidation means higher performance, less assembly steps and points of failure, faster time to market, improved supply chain and more efficient manufacturing.

Drone & Government Examples

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SKYDIO'S LIGHTWEIGHT, DURABLE DRONE STRUCTURE
The Skydio X2 Drone takes advantage of Arris technology to reduce the weight and complexity and improve flight range and performance. Through their use of Additive Molding™ with a combination of glass and carbon fiber materials, Skydio replaced 17 individually assembled parts with a single, integrated, robust structure. This more elegant design and manufacturing solution localized and compressed their supply chain.

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