The Autel Alpha drone has been approved by the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC), which means that Autel Alpha will likely be released soon. The Autel Alpha drone will enter the enterprise drone market, which may form a new chapter in the enterprise drone market.
The unreleased Autel Alpha and Autel Titan drones will be the biggest competitors to the DJI Matrice 30 series. They have only appeared at some important drone and technology exhibitions before. As Autel Robotics filed a complaint with the US Federal Communications Commission ( The FCC has submitted documents and received approval to launch drones in the United States, and the launch of Autel Alpha is just around the corner.
The FCC listing for Autel's new drone comes with the usual testing documentation, including the all-important FCC label and location. Here's what they look like:
Autel Alpha Drone Specifications
- 12.4 mile (20 km) Transmission Range
- 45 Minutes Maximum Flight Time
- IP55 Weather Rating
- Strong Anti-Interference
- RFI/EMI/GPS Spoofing
- Autonomous Operations
- Multiple Payload Compatibilities
- AES-256 Encryption
- 360-degree Obstacle Avoidnace
- 2.4/5.2/5.8 GHz Frequency Bands
- 45 mph (20 m/s) Flight Speed
- 22965 ft (7,000 m) Service Ceiling
Autel Alpha Camera Specifications
- 50MP Wide Camera
- 4K 25x Zoom Camera
- 640 x 512 Thermal Resolution
- 0.9 Mile (1.5 km) Measuring Range
Autel Alpha and Autel Titan are advanced enterprise drones with IP55-rated durability, advanced anti-interference capabilities and autonomous flight modes. Modular payload systems, AES-256 encryption, 360-degree obstacle avoidance and a top flight speed of 20m/s further enhance their capabilities, making them powerful tools for a variety of applications.
We look forward to the good news of the next Autel Titan getting FCC approval.