The ZALA 421-21 is a hexarotor VTOL civilian mini-UAV. The device is used on remote landing and monitoring an altitude of 10-1,000 m, with a 5-km distance from the ground.
With its high-quality design, the UAV works quietly in any type of environment. The device can transmit real-time videos and photographs. It needs minimal operator input for any types of mission. When using this inside the buildings, a semi-autonomous mode is available. It can be applied and transport easily.
The flight duration of the device last for about 40 minutes. The hexarotor automatically launches and lands vertically. It uses an electric engine with a speed range of 0-40 km/h. The payload of the device can carry up to 0.3 kg of photos, videos or IR. The unit uses a GPS/Glonass navigation.