Provided that unmanned vehicles do not need a conventional fuselage, many flight configurations are possible. Besides, active control even allows more combinations.

The airplane designed and developed in the laboratory can be mounted in the flight field in a vast number of shapes and configurations. Just by attaching a variety of modules to each other and with the help of configuration software to assess the aerodynamic feasibility and other centring and stability considerations, different airplanes can be immediately obtained and flied. This is especially useful for heterogeneous missions or educational purposes.