Unmanned Aerial Systems
Airborne and Space Systems Division's portfolio of mini UAS includes ASIO-B, an advanced mini electrical UAV system providing real-time intelligence.
CREX- B is a very affordable micro UAS specifically designed for Special Operational and Tactical Forces for "over the hill" and "around the corner" intelligence missions.
DRAKO micro UAS is a vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) electrical quad-rotor system capable of autonomous and semi-autonomous flight, hovering and obstacle avoidance, providing short range reconnaissance and surveillance information.
Drako K5 is an electrical quad-rotor unmanned aerial system (UAS) capable of autonomous and semi-autonomous flight, where it can hover to provide monitoring information. The on board tilt video cameras allow day and night operation and make Drako K5 particularly suited for civil as well as commercial/industrial aerial video and photography applications.
Falco is a tactical UAV System, designed and manufactured by Airborne and Space Systems Division to supply Command and Control net-centers with a tactical overview of the operational scenario and target cueing in real time.
The FALCO EVO UAV system is a persistent unmanned surveillance asset able to carry a wide selection of multispectral sensors suites allowing reliable Real Time stand-off target detection, classification, identification and shadowing, becoming a valuable information and intelligence node integral with any national C4I network.
The Mirach 100/5 is a high performance, reusable Aerial Target System which is the standard European Armed Forces threat simulator. It manages up to 8 targets simultaneously in a realistic training scenario and simulates multiple threats flying at high subsonic speeds. The system is controlled by a modern Ground Control Station, allowing mission planning and re-tasking, rehearsal and play back.
Mirach 40 is a reusable state-of-the-art multi-threat aerial target system, designed and manufactured completely in-house.
The NIBBIO Tactical Recce System is the Airborne and Space Systems Division solution for Nations requiring deep, fast and undetected reconnaissance in critical missions for the acquisition of high value information (e.g. time-critical targets identification) in hostile scenarios.
SPYBALL-B is a ducted fan, electrically powered Micro Unmanned Aerial System (MUAS) designed to assist front line troops with the detection of potential threats and targets. It features a Vertical Take-off and Landing (VTOL) system specifically designed for "hover and stare" and intelligence missions at platoon level.