Since Predator® and Gray Eagle-series historic first flight in 1994, GA-ASI has continued to maintain its legacy of groundbreaking industry firsts for Remotely Piloted Aircraft (RPA).

Predator/Gray Eagle-Series RPA

  • Affordable and highly reliable

  • Triple-redundant avionics and flight controls

  • Redundant flight control surfaces

  • Remotely piloted or fully autonomous

  • Fire precision-guided weapons in combat

  • Laser designate for other attack aircraft

Predator B

  • Carries 3,000 lb of external stores (weapons, sensors, fuel pods, and more)

  • Supports simultaneous operation of multiple payloads

  • Provides multi-mission capabilities through modular, “plug-and-play” payload open architecture

  • Engineered to exceed manned aircraft reliability standards

  • Conducts both civil and military missions

Gray Eagle

  • Dedicated to direct operational control by U.S. Army field commanders

  • Fielded two years early

  • Carries four Hellfire missiles

  • Common Data Link (CDL) line-of-sight communications/air data relay comms

  • Automatic takeoff and landing reduces pilot workload

  • Heavy-fuel engine offsets the need for special fuels on the battlefield

  • De-icing system supports transit through weather

  • Controlled by the U.S. Army One System GCS


Predator C Avenger

  • Jet performance and reliability

  • 400 KTAS max air speed

  • Internal stores carriage

  • Multiple payload capacity

  • Retractable EO/IR gimbal

  • Reduced radar cross-section

  • Six external hard points

  • Flying today and available now

Sea Avenger

  • Optimized for U.S. Navy carrier operations

  • Capable of being fielded in advance of Navy requirements

  • High technology readiness levels

  • Mature surveillance and strike capabilities

  • Autonomous launch and recovery

  • Autonomous air-to-air refueling capability

  • Survivable in contested air environments

Advanced Cockpit GCS

  • Improved synthetic video with 3D graphics and moving maps

  • 270° horizon Field-of-View (FoV) on multiple widescreen graphical overlays

  • Touch-screen technology

  • F-35/F-16 inspired Hands On Throttle And Stick (HOTAS) mechanization for greater ease of aircraft/sensor control

  • Fused, multi-source data into a Common Operating Picture on a single display