The primary function of an aerial is to collect high quality imagery in order to obtain a higher level of detail and accuracy when compared to just using the naked eye. This data can then be further processed to make good business decisions, obtain higher level of accuracies, detect trends and predict future changes or potential issues that might arise.

Achieving this level of detail requires using the best quality of UAV sensors and optics that are available, and optics that will deliver the required quality of data.
Our aerial platform is opened, in the sense that it allows integration with different sensor type. We are also continuously investing in the development of new sensors, which include improvements in our current sensor types as well as new sensor types.

mini-UAV Day Payload – Stabilized High-Definition (HD) (HDP- S – HD)
With a 2-axis gyro-stabilized gimbal assembly, this payload is able to deliver 2 Megapixels imagery with unparalleled stability.
The payload is built around the Sony® FCB H-11 block camera, which provides unmatched color clarity and resolution for improved target identification at long-range.
With its unrivaled stability, extended range and performance at high altitudes, the mini-UAV Day Payload – HD is the ideal solution for remote monitoring applications.

mini-UAV Night Payload – Stabilized (HNP – S)
With a 2-axis gyro-stabilized gimbal assembly, this payload is able to deliver up to (640 x 512) pixel imagery with excellent stability.
The payload is built around the FLIR Tau 2 camera, which provides very good performances for this class of sensor allowing improved target identification at long-range during night conditions.
With its unrivaled stability, extended range and performance at high altitudes, the mini-UAV Night Payload (HNP – S) is the ideal solution for remote monitoring applications.

mini-UAV Multispectral Payload – Stabilized (HMP – S)
With a 1-axis gyro-stabilized gimbal assembly, this payload is able to deliver very accurate (6000 x 4000) pixel multispectral pictures with excellent stability.
The payload is built around a professional optical system (Nex – 7), which provides very good performances for this class of sensor allowing excellent quality multispectral images at long-range during day conditions.
With its unrivaled stability, extended range and performance at high altitudes, the mini-UAV Multispectral Payload – Stabilized (HMP – S) is the ideal solution for dedicated military or remote sensing applications.