Set to make history
The AI-controlled hypersonic UAV, powered by a TBCC engine with liquid hydrogen as a fuel and designed for Mach 5+ interception missions of airborne targets, such as enemy aircraft, subsonic, supersonic, and hypersonic missiles.
The first hypersonic drone to be introduced
The Destinus D, built on Delta, is set to make history as the first commercial hypersonic drone. Hydrogen propulsion allows it to reach Mach 5 fly up to 3,000 km. This versatile drone can be used for various missions, from intercepting supersonic missiles and aircraft to delivering emergency supplies.
Delta prototype uses a hybrid hydrogen TBCC propulsion to reach hypersonic speed. Cryogenic hydrogen is stored in mass-efficient structural tanks and cool leading edges, intakes, and inlet air before it enters TJE and ramjet. A structure built from steel can withstand high temperatures of hypersonic flight.
Active head shields for thermal protection
Variable inlet for TBCC
Structural conformal LH2 tank
Integrated nozzle for TBCC
TBCC powerplant with two TJE engines