The new hybrid vtol uav by ewatt

It combines the long flight advantages of a fixed wing aircraft with the benefits of multirotor’s vertical take-off and landing and high payload capacity up to 2kgs


The EWG-E2V specially built for law enforcement, infrastructure monitoring and mapping, power-line inspections, construction, in addition to security applications.


Vertical takeoff and landing

The E2Vs vertical take-off and landing offers a huge advantage
over traditional fixed wing aircrafts:

  • Eradicates the need for catapults to launch the aircraft or runaways.

  • Allows take off and landing in restricted spaces such as cities, forests or mountainous environments.

  • Makes unpredictable parachute landings a thing of the past.

  • Lowers impact stress of landing increasing the lifespan of the aircraft.

  • Protects sensitive equipment by eliminating risky belly landings.




The E2V is lightweight and easy to transport being suitable for completing missions in complex environments. its able to autonomously change as a multi-rotor or fixed-wing type , satisfying both speed and safety requirements.

The E2V uses coupled design to achieve the high efficiency of power use. The aerodynamic body and streamlined shell translates onto excellent gliding parameters, reducing air resistance during flight and enables stability.

Great flight performance at low speed

The structural design of the E2V allows it performing flights at speeds as low as 16 m/s. In contrast, traditional fixed-wing UAVs or hybrid VTOLs are incapable of low speeds which means that unlike E2V, the great majority of fixed wing aircrafts are often incapable of effectively utilizing low-resolution cameras or sensors such as gas sensors and non-milita grade IR cameras.

Flight Performance

Demonstrates great gliding abilities allowing up to 95 min flight time (80mins with 1kg payload)

Operates at speeds of up to 70mph (115 km or 32 m/s)

Maintains slow horizontal speeds of 16 m/s, allowing the capturing of data with low-resolution sensors such as IR cameras or gas sensors (e.g. methane sensors)

Exhibits impressive flight range of 75km radius or continuous flight of up to 150km, significantly further than multi-rotor UAVS

Withstands and compensates for winds of up to 12m/s even in high altitudes up to 5000m.