Decision-making superiority through powerful information delivered day or night: This is the service we’ve provided to our customers on land and at sea since 2004. But our aircraft are only part of the picture. Our payloads extend the capabilities of UAS to meet the specific needs of our customers through flexibility and easy integration of various payload types:
ViDAR - Visual Detection and Ranging: Daytime scanning, detecting and cueing platform sensors to find elusive objects over vast areas of water just got easier. ViDAR delivers wide-area maritime search and surveillance at unprecedented Size, Weight and Power (SwAP)
Dual Imager: Dual imager puts two of our most popular imagers – EO and MWIR – on a single turret, allowing for the use of one UAV day or night.
EO900: EO900 combines the precision of an electro-optic imager with the power of a high-definition telescope to deliver simultaneous views of an area of focus while maintaining overall situational awareness.
Integrator Payload Spaces: With a maximum payload capacity up to 40 pounds, Integrator lives up to its name in more ways than one.
EO900 combines the precision of an electro-optic imager with the power of a high-definition telescope to deliver simultaneous views of an area of focus. Each imager is independently controlled, allowing operators to zoom in on a point of interest while viewing the broader situation, resulting in better situational awareness and complete information delivery.
With a maximum payload capacity up to 40 pounds, Integrator lives up to its name in more ways than one.
Each of Integrator’s configurable payload
spaces feature power and Ethernet connections, including the nose bay, center
of gravity bay, wing bays, and wing hardpoints.
The nose bay is the ideal space for turrets and can be reconfigured to allow
for additional payload capacity up to 15 pounds.
Center of gravity (CG) bay: This bay delivers the highest capacity and can accommodate
payloads up to 35 pounds. Multiple versions of this bay are available, lending
itself to be favorable for those who wish to use larger, higher power payloads.
Each wing contains two payload spaces – one on the wing to hold the payload and
one on the winglet used to carry the associated antenna. Each wing bay can
handle up to three pounds of payload. For full motion video (FMV) capability,
the right wing and winglet payload space must be dedicated to that function.
Wing hardpoints: Each wing contains a hardpoint that can carry up to 15
pounds of payload. This positioning is ideal for meeting visibility