The Outlaw G2, aka MQM-170C, is the successor to the Outlaw G1. It is currently the basic UAS platform for the US military RPVT contracts as well as development in the Griffon Outlaw family.
The G2 uses the same reliable engine, radio and autopilot control systems, servos, and other key components from the G1. Griffon has integrated those components into a larger, and more aerodynamically efficient fuselage. The G2 also flies with a brand new, structurally superior wing design. The key benefits of the new aircraft are enhanced visual signature, a 50% increase in payload area, twice the endurance, added maneuverability, and a top speed increase of 20%.
The G2 is operated from an inexpensive pneumatic launcher, similar to the launcher for the original Outlaw G1 RPVT.
The Outlaw G2 was designed for all types of customers. G2 can serve as a low-cost, reliable, target vehicle with an enhanced visual signature and increased hit area; or the G2 can be an inexpensive payload development platform offering great endurance, payload size, weight and power.
Outlaw G2 is the affordable jack-of-all-trades from Griffon Aerospace.