Scandicraft is proud to announce that we are the first Swedish UAV company with development approval for flying category 1a and 1b during development of unmanned vehicles and platforms.
This presents us with the unique opportunity to quickly help a big amount of clients to swiftly progress from idea to an actual flying platform solution.
The approval was granted to both Fix-Wing and VTOL crafts.


We have a new video demonstrating our Proton-80.


The UAS system Proton-80 has been approved for use outside of Bofors Test Range. This is a huge, important step for us. Thanks to the special design of the plarform and its powerful jet turbine engine we are able to carry heavy payloads and sensors for various types of tests as well as scouting.

Managing 250km/h, the Proton-80 allows for lightning-fast scouting and scanning of vast areas. The platform can easily be launched using Scandicrafts custom light-weight catapult.


Scandicraft participated in the 2011 American NDIA Targets Symposium & Exhibition, in Florida. 
Plenty of new and interesting American target drones were
presented and discussed.


The content during the conference was crystal clear: unmanned aircraft is the definite way to achieve optimum target practice from a set budget. 


Acceptance flight


The jet powered Proton 80 has successfully made its first autonomous flight for one of our clients, with a top speed exeeding 250 km/h.


The first ordered production of four Proton 80:s has been completed.


Proton -80



Scandicraft has spent the week performing the very first autonomous flights with the Proton -80.

Speeds have ranged from 50-250 km/h.

100% success!