The Trinity F9 is a UAV which combines hover capabilities with fixed wing flight. To ensure Vertical Take-off and Landing (VTOL) the three motors are directed upwards, for cruise flight the motors are tilted forward. The thrust for forward flight is generated by the rear motor while the two front motors are turned off. Depending on the integrated sensor the Trinity is suitable for a vast range of applications. The body of the Trinity is made of Elapor® and molded around a rigid carbon fiber structure.

Key features of the Trinity F9:

– VTOL (Vertical Take-off and Landing) – the Trinity can hover, take off, and land vertically.

– PPK (Including Quantum-PPK iBase Station) – allows to reduce typical GNSS geotagging errors of several meters down to 2 – 5 cm via auxiliary GNSS data collection in flight. Better accuracy with dramatically reduced additional costs,

– Live-Air-Traffic – now it is possible to automatically integrate Live-Air-Traffic-Info into QBase when the pingUSB dongle is connected. This solution is the world’s smallest, lightest and most affordable USB dual-band ADS-B receiver. The pingUSB provides high-quality tracking data for use with software such as Virtual Radar Server and services including ADS-B Exchange,

– Anti-Collision-Lights – the Trinity has integrated flashing anti-collision and position lights.

Technical data

Max. Take-off weight

4,5 kg (9.9 Ibs)

Max. Flight time

60 min

Max. Range (Area)

70 km = 500 ha

Command and Control Range

up to 2 km (1.24 mi)


max. 550 g (1. 2 lbs)

Cruise Speed

17 m/s

Wind Resistance (ground wind)

up to 7 m/s

Wind Resistance (in cruise flight)

up to 12 m/s


2.394 m (7.85 ft)

Transport Case Dimension

1002 x 830 x 270 mm (39.4 x 32.7 x 10.6 inch)


Use cases