Airborne and Surveillance Systems

Flir 111 - Helicopter Navigation Forward Looking Infrared

Flir 111 - Helicopter Navigation Forward Looking Infrared

The FLIR 111 is a state-of-the-art, high performance, compact, lightweight navigation Forward Looking InfraRed (FLIR) for utility and attack helicopters. From a solid background in Electro-Optics (EO) and InfraRed (IR) applications and exploiting the new technologies, the FLIR 111 features: High level of integration, Low power consumption, Simple mechanical interface, Standard electrical interface, Minimal number of interconnections.
LEOSS

LEOSS

LEOSS is the latest multi-sensor, high accuracy, 4 axes gyro-stabilised turret system designed for airborne surveillance applications. Designed to be compliant with demanding vibration profiles and multirole, it combines high performance sensors with a high performance turret to meet the operational needs of today's airborne rotary and fixed wing platforms as well as land vehicles and naval vessels. LEOSS turret is a 15" system based on a...
SPHYDER

SPHYDER

SPHYDER is a hyperspectral system for remote sensing applications. Designed and manufactured entirely in-house, the system brings the realtime analysis and displaying of results to the hyperspectral market. A user-friendly GUI (for both the aircraft system and the ground station) enables the organisation of training across a range of disciplines ranging from Operator to Mission Planner to Mission Analyst.
Titan 385 HD

Titan 385 HD

The Titan 385ES-HD Multi-Sensor Turret System combines high performance sensors into a single Line Replaceable Unit (LRU) solution, to meet the operational demands of today' s airborne observation, surveillance and reconnaissance requirements. A number of infrared optic configurations are available dependent on the operational application.

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