The Attalus loitering munition system is a fixed-wing unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) powered by an electric engine that ensures endurance of up to 42 minutes.
According to Intracom Defense, the operational range of Attalus is 50km (this is also the range of secure data link), and a maximum speed of 85km/h. In the terminal phase of flight, during the attack of the target, the speed of Attalus can increase to 280 km/h.
The maximum take-off weight of Attalus loitering munition systems is 13.6kg including 1.25kg warhead. The company said that Attalus in the basic configuration is armed with High-Explosive Anti-Tank (HEAD) warhead which can penetrate 400mm of Rolled Homogeneous Armor (RHA).
For target acquisition, Attalus uses the Electro-Optical/Infrared (EO/R) gimbal which allows the system to operate day and night.
According to disclosed details, Attalus was equipped with a typical GNSS/INS navigation system.
As reported by Defence Industry Europe, during the DEFEA 2023 exhibition, Intracom Defense was formally acquired by the Israeli defence company Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI).