RT’s aerostats are based on Skystar™ aerostat design. Skystar™ aerostat is oval-shaped and has a unique sail, giving it extra lift and stability in windy conditions. The aerostat’s design and materials allow highly impermeable to helium leakage yet provide maximum flexibility and expansion and mechanical strength.


RT provides a wide range of command and control (GSC) stations with its aerostats systems. From a small and compact personal control unit to a dual bay advanced C4I station, RT can tailor the GCS  to the required demand. All of RT’s control stations are capable of presenting all recording information obtained by the aerostat’s payload. Data can be transferred to a distant command and control room and all around the world

Mooring Station

RT’s mooring stations are the ground units that secure the aerostats while it is hovering. The mooring systems are used for launching and securing the aerostat and for storing the helium cylinders. The mooring stations are designed as transportable units to ensure rapid operations at a tactical level.

Airborne Packages

The airborne packages carried by the Skystar™ aerostats are made of advanced composite materials. They house the payload and their control equipment.  The airborne packages can carry and interface with various types of payloads.


The Skystar™ aerostats can carry any payload within its useful lifting capacity. Up to now, many kinds of observation, communication, and additional electronic payloads and sensors were carried onboard Skystar™ to the hovering altitude. Due to its unique design, the Skystar™ aerostats can carry relatively heavy payloads to its small size.

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