Sparkle Tech is one of the leading designers and manufacturers of Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) for industrial application for a decade. We have office based in Hong Kong and production facilities located in Dong Guan City of China. As such, we are able to amalgamate advanced design technology and modern business operation in Hong Kong with world renowned efficient and cost-effective production in China.
We began to design and produce industrial UAV well before many others. Over the years, we have built up an archive of hundreds of on-line video footages showing our UAV in action under various demanding situations like high altitude and strong winds. This is an indisputable evidence of our breadth and depth of expertise in this field. Our Vertical Take-Off and Landing (VTOL) vehicles can carry a huge payload of 5kg or cruise up to 500km to suit the wide-ranging professional missions of our clients.
Sparkle Tech is one of the few VTOL drone manufacturers in the world that can perform computer-aided design, verify using 3D modelling and prototyping, make the molds, test fly, mass produce and integrate mission specific systems with VTOL airframes according to client specification, all with our in-house capabilities. As the final step of a turnkey solution, we provide a well-established comprehensive user training program using the product just received by the client. For clients who prefer to do system integration themselves, we are equally happy to supply the airframes only.
Sparkle Tech continuously strive to innovate. Our breakthrough in the production technique of composite structure has resulted in stronger mechanical performance at increased production efficiency. We are able to increase production efficiency by 10 times while reducing the airframe weight by 15%. We have happily passed the resulted benefits on to our clients.
Our recent commitment to technological innovation is the installation of high efficiency solar panels on our VTOL platforms. We are conducting the final performance tests and expect to release the final products soon.
In order to provide alternative options to our clients to suit their specific needs, we are also testing on-board mini-gasoline generators to achieve greatly extended hovering duration of fixed wing VTOL vehicles.
We have come a long way to our achievements. Since the maiden flight of our first UAV in 2011, we are proud to have been at the forefront of the small drone industry. In fact, we are the first manufacturers in China to introduce the VTOL vehicles in 2014.
Built for Tough Missions
Our products are built to carry out professional missions not just over easier terrains, but also over high mountains, open seas, hot deserts, wet swamps, in day and night under windy, rainy and cold conditions. The breadth and depth of our experience is hard to be matched. We are well-equipped and confident to provide the best possible UAV solutions to challenging missions of clients all over the world.
Proud History of Sparkle Tech Ltd
Dec 2011 - First 3m UAV took off
May 2012 - Twin turbine F-15 model
Sep 2012 - J-10 Jet model powered by 16kg turbine
Mirrage-2000 model powered by 8kg turbine
Mar 2013 - 3m Albatross UAV OEM for American customer
Feb 2014 - 3m Cyclone Hand Launch OEM for American customer
4m Eagle Eyes - 3m Ranger drone with catapult and parachute
Oct 2015 - Solar battery powered Ranger
Ranger VTOL delivered to Switzerland
April 2016 - Pixhawk open source autopilot installed on Ranger, maiden flight in Switzerland
Oct 2016 - 3900m high altitude flight of Eagle Hero electric VTOL at Shangri-La
Feb 2017 - Hydrogen liquid cell battery maiden flight of Eagle Plus VTOL
Eagle Plus equipped with object dropping features delivered
Nov 2017 - Customers demonstration and training at Dubai
Feb 2018 - Live demonstration of UMEX-2018 in Abu Dhabi
May 2018 - Tiger Shark VTOL demonstration to Malaysian Government flying over South China Sea for 20km
Feb 2019 - 5 hours endurance Tiger Shark VTOL delivered
May 2020 - Pro-Shark VTOL released with 40kg MTOW at 4.4m wingspan
March 2021 - SuperBird VTOL announcement