Aerodynamics specializes in designing and performing calculations regarding the external shape of the plane.
Structures specializes in designing and performing calculations regarding the internal compositions of the plane.
Avionics specializes in the control surfaces, propulsion, data acquisition systems of the aircraft, and other electrical components.
System Engineers help in incorporating all the components together. They also analyze potential risks and implement the right steps to avoid them.
The Fuselage embodies the framework required to carry the payload. Its structure binds the different components of the plane together.
The Wing is designed to generate the required lift to help accomplish the mission. Its structural surfaces provide guidance and control inflight.
The Tail sections offers auxiliary stability for the plane. They work with fuselage and wing to determine the best configuration.
The PADA is tethered along with the main plane. Its main mission is to house the GTV components.
The GTV is assembled and prepared to transport water from the main aircraft to a waypoint autonomously.