|Role||Unmanned aerial vehicle|
Air Strato is an electric powered high altitude unmanned aerial vehicle currently in development at ARCA. It is the first in a larger UAV family intended for various surveillance and scientific applications. Air Strato is the largest version, having a wingspan of 16 m and is intended for stratospheric flight at an altitude of 18 km. It has an autonomy of 7 hours on internal batteries and 3 days using solar panels. It can cary a 30 kg payload consisting of surveillance equipment, scientific instruments or additional battery pods for extended autonomy.
The first prototype is completed and ready for testing. The second prototype of the aircraft will have a retractable landing gear and improved avionics. Other versions will have a lower autonomy and flight ceiling but a higher speed and payload. A commercial version will be available for sale in Romania but will not be available to state institutions being exclusive for the private customers. 
- Crew: 0
- Length: 7 m
- Wingspan: 16 m
- Height: 2.4 m
- Wing area: 18 m²
- Maximum takeoff weight: 280 kg
- Maximum speed at altitude: 190 km/h
- Flight ceiling: 18,000 m
- Endurance: 3 days
- Aircraft of comparable role, configuration and era
- Romanians are testing an unmanned aerial vehicle with amaizing performances, Jurnalul National.
- ARCA is developing a high performance UAV, Romania TV.