Cubic Corporation’s Multiple Integrated Laser Engagement System (MILES) creates a safe realistic engagement simulation environment for soldiers and security forces training in the field against an opposing force. In order to produce realistic simulation artillery fire, such as mortar rounds and RPGs essential in the drill, a new system must be developed. Current deploying devices are manually performed and indiscreet thus creating unrealistic simulation. The Multi-rotor Autonomous Payload System (MAPS) will primarily be used for combat live-fire training. System architecture will be designed for modularity, scalability and expansion. MAPS is composed of a Portable Graphical User Interface computer, Unmanned Aerial Vehicle and Video Communication System. Together all these components will facilitate realistic training simulation through automated remote payload drop-offs.