Helikite Balloon

Airborne Revolution


Aerostat Airborne Communications Border Surveillance and Radar Fire Protection Long Range


Over the Horizon Emergency Communications Remote Intranet & Internet 4G / 5G


Atmospheric GIS & Mapping & Aerial Photography & Aerial Biology & Petroleum survey

Balloon Construction

The Helikite Balloon comprises a Helium-Filled balloon and Triangel wing construction, having a rigid spine, with the balloon shaped aerodynamically. The balloon is generally oblate-spheroid in shape Solid spars provide attachment points for payload equipment. Triangel wing to balance balloon Fly status.


Helikite Balloons

Helikites are the only compact aerostat capable of reliably operating on sea and land. For this reason small, rapid-response surveillance Helikites are part of the emergency oil-spill response system of Scandinavia for operations in the arctic ocean.
The round, stubby shape allows it to be flown in any weather or altitudes both the main aerodynamic lift and the aerostatic lift are at the front, while the spar weight and keel are at the stern. Therefore, a Helikite remains stable in relatively high winds.
Flying high over land or sea, Helikite thrive in the high winds that force lesser aerostats and drones to the ground. Using military grade materials. Uses substantially less helium with more weight lifted than other aerostats, blimps and helium kites.